January 11th Marks the Launch of the Dee Delaney Fund to Increase Accessibility of Arts and Culture Organizations

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Do you have lots of ideas for an accessibility project at your art or cultural organization, venue, or program, but are not sure where or how to get started? We’d love to help!

With the help of the FISA Foundation, the Richard King Mellon Foundation, and other generous donors, the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council  (GPAC) has created the Dee Delaney Arts Accessibility Fund to support projects that make arts and culture organizations and programs more accessible to all audiences.

On January 11, GPAC will be holding an information session to talk you through the guidelines and application process and to answer your questions about accessibility initiatives.  Mimi Smith of Very Special Arts PA (VSA PA),  will also speak about ideas to make your accessibility projects work.

Here are the details:

Wednesday, January 11, 3:30 pm
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, 810 Penn Ave, Suite 200
Register online or call 412.394.3353

For more information, visit the Dee Delaney Arts Accessibility Fund webpage or contact Carin Hill, 412.391.2060 x238

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