MI Museum Spotlight:
The Henry Ford's
Virtual Accessibility Program
Tuesday, March 9
MI Museum Spotlight program that gives MMA members the chance to share their work with colleagues.
Over the past year, much of the accessibility programming that had previously taken place onsite that The Henry Ford has become virtual. Hear how programming for individuals who are blind or have low vision, have dementia, and are on the autism spectrum has shifted to a virtual realm. Hear from Caroline Braden, Accessibility Specialist, about lessons learned and ideas that can be applied to your own institution.
Check out this brief video to learn more!
Members (login required) Free
*If you are not an MMA member and not able to pay at this time, please select the "Comp" option and use the code "COVID-19" to waive the fee. If you have been laid off or furloughed from a Michigan museum, please consider joining with the free temporary COVID-19 membership.
The MMA Zoom account. You can join via phone or internet. Instructions for connecting will be sent with registration confirmation.
The Michigan Museums Association is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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