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Online Session: Accessibility and Online Theatre
May 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Participants in this training will review the ways that online video platforms like Zoom can be used to create engaging, accessible performances and theatrical events. We will discuss both the accessibility benefits and obstacles of the technology, as well as strategies for playing to strengths and minimizing weaknesses. Suitable for all comfort levels!
PRICING & REGISTRATION
This event is being offered on a sliding scale of $0, $5, $10, or $15.
Click here to register via Zoom. You will receive an email with information to join the event. If you would like to pay for your registration, please use the payment options below:
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Aaron Fiskradatz is the technician behind the acclaimed Zoom production of The Diary of Anne Frank from Park Square Theatre, as well as the studio ACCESS program from Upstream Arts, which shares live and recorded arts curriculum with individuals in the disability community.
ABOUT ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING
This event will take place via Zoom Video Conferencing. Attendees will have the option of utilizing their device’s microphone and/or camera, if desired. Access to a device with a microphone and/or camera is beneficial for participation, but not required. Attendees may also join by phone.
If you have questions about the video conferencing technology, or anticipate barriers to participation, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
This session will have closed captioning provided by Rev Live Captioning, a free app for Zoom.
Online content is more accessible for some and less accessible for others. This session will be recorded for access after the event date for folks with limited bandwidth (internet or otherwise).