Accessibility in the Arts: Is Expression Really Free to All?
Join the Currier Museum of Art and New Hampshire Humanities for a town hall that considers the varied forms that artistic expression can take with the goal of starting a deeper conversation about accessibility in the arts.
This discussion will be led by artists and other creatives in the humanities and disability advocates. They will share their experiences of barriers to free artistic expression, as well as how they have worked to overcome them. This free event will provide a platform for a facilitated conversation that seeks to encourage a more active, collaborative, and inclusive community. All attendees will be invited to participate in the conversation. Free, but seats are limited.
This event is part of a series of town hall discussions held in association with the exhibition We Are For Freedoms, and was funded by an New Hampshire Humanities Community Project Grant. Please go to the Currier Museum's website for more information on related events.
For Freedoms (Hank Willis Thomas and Emily Shur in collaboration with Eric Gottesman and Wyatt Gallery of For Freedoms), Freedom of Speech, 2018. Archival pigment print, 42 x 52.5 in. (image), edition 5/10. Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH. Museum Purchase: The Henry Melville Fuller Acquisition Fund, 2018.30