Mid Atlantic Arts’ accessibility convenings and training opportunities support our commitment to greater accessibility in the arts and cultural sector of the mid-Atlantic region.

Want to learn about how to request accommodations or about Mid Atlantic Arts commitment to accessibility? Visit the Accessibility Policy page.

Webinars & Virtual Resources

Mid Atlantic Arts and Americans for the Arts are partnering to offer free webinar packages on arts and disability justice for local and state arts agencies in the mid-Atlantic region. Through robust dialogue around disability justice, artistry, and access, these webinars aim to strengthen accessibility practices, beyond compliance, that manifest in incremental and tangible outcomes to benefit the disability community. Webinars are available to staff and board/council members from local and state arts agencies in the mid-Atlantic region.

Upcoming webinars & virtual resources will be posted here when available. Recordings of past webinars & virtual resources will be available below.

State Arts Agency Training & Peer Learning

With funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, Mid Atlantic Arts provides travel reimbursement to State Arts Agency partners in our region for training related to best practice in accessibility and disability justice, including attendance at LEAD.

Mid Atlantic Arts’ Accessibility Coordinator convenes State Arts Agency accessibility coordinators in the mid-Atlantic region for quarterly peer-to-peer learning and share-outs on our respective work creating access and advancing disability justice in our respective organizations.


Recordings of Webinars & Virtual Resources developed by the Mid-Atlantic Accessibility Resource Committee (MAARC) & Americans for the Arts:  

Opportunity & Support Type
Other, Travel Expenses, Technical Assistance
Target Candidate
Open to all, Federally-recognized Indian tribal government, Units of government, Members of Art Agencies, Performing Arts Presenter, Artist/practitioner
Regional Requirement
All U.S. States and Territories
Questions or need guidance?
Sarah Lewitus
Program Director, Performing Arts and Accessibility Coordinator
Funding support provided by:
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