Each applicant certifies that it has on file a Section 504 Self-Evaluation for its organization. The links below are to PDF versions of each of these forms on the Arkansas Arts Council Website. You can get access to this Arts Council webpage by copying the address on your Internet browser. You must have the free Reader installed to view these documents.
504 Check List
Checklist for Barrier Removal
These additional tools are intended to help organizations assess barriers encountered by people with disabilities who attend your activities. We encourage organizations to use these tools to outline goals and specific steps to be taken to remove barriers that may hinder people from fully enjoying all artistic experiences. The webpage for Arts Midwest has copies of the applicable laws and a list of links or online forms and publications at its web address http://www.artsmidwest.org/resources/accessibility.
Disability Access Symbols: Download the appropriate logos to use in publicizing your activities to people with disabilities.
12 Step Plan to Access(PDF): Prepared and shared by Deborah Lewis from the ELA Foundation.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines: Guidelines and checklist for Web developers to use in making Web sites accessible to persons with disabilities, provided by the World Wide Web Consortium.
Institute for Human Centered Design – Dedicated to enhancing the experiences of people of all ages and abilities through excellence in design
The NEA's Design for Accessibility: A Cultural Administrator’s Handbook provides guidance on making access an integral part of an organization's staffing, mission, budget, and programs.
Kennedy Center - Information on the LEAD (Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability) Conference.
National Arts and Disability Center - Features resources aimed at artists with disabilities, arts organizations, and arts administrators, a comprehensive site that includes extensive information on assistive devices, services, and products.
VSA Arts Organization – An international nonprofit organization, with affiliates in most states, dedicated to creating a society where all people with disabilities learn through, participate in, and enjoy the arts.
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