Adapting and Advancing: Cultural Accessibility During the Pandemic and Beyond-Day Two

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Day 2: FUTURE | Cultural Accessibility After the Pandemic

Zoom Webinar Series
Thursday, April 29 3:00 PM Central/ 4:00 PM Eastern

Cost:FREE; $10.00 suggested donation to help offset the cost of program expenses

Living during a pandemic has transformed the way we present cultural programming – revealing both limitations and limitless opportunities. On Day 2 of this series, Museum, Arts and Culture Access Consortium (MAC) in New York and Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium (CCAC) explore  how cultural organizations across the country are using lessons learned to create a more inclusive future.

Program will be approximately 90 minutes long. View the full line up of scheduled speakers.

Join us for one or both programs. Register for April 22nd’s program!

Due to our limited timing, we will not be facilitating a formal Q&A during this session. While we will aim to answer any questions submitted via the chat day-of, we encourage registrants to submit questions in advance via the prompts found on the registration path.


Real-Time Captioning and ASL interpretation will be provided. Please complete the accommodation request field found in the event registration path with what service(s) you will want to access, or for any additional requests.

Suggested Donation

While CCAC and MAC programs are free, donations help to cover programming costs to ensure both organizations’ missions are achievable and accessible to all. You may donate online anytime! Donations for these specific programs will be shared among both organizations and are tax deductible.


CCAC is a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported by Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, PERT Foundation, 21st Century Fox Social Impact, The Michael and Mona Heath Fund, Illinois Arts Council Agency through federal funds provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, and individual donors like you.

This MAC Event has been made possible through funding from The New York Community Trust and The FAR Fund, and through the generous support of private donors.