Disability Awareness Month: Arts for All
To celebrate Disability Awareness Month this October, Accessibility at Lincoln Center is highlighting some of the great initiatives that constituent organizations across campus are taking to make Lincoln Center accessible for all. Did you know…
…Druid's Waiting for Godot will be Audio Described for guests who are blind or have low vision on Monday, November 5 and Saturday, November 10?
…Lincoln Center Moments is a free, performance-based program for people with dementia and their caregivers? This fall season features salsa, opera and ballet!
…LC Kids 2018–19 season has loads of Relaxed Performances, designed for neurodiverse audiences?
…Lincoln Center has a comprehensive Accessibility Guide to help navigate the 16-acre campus and find accessible entrances for the theaters?
…that hundreds of children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families attend free performances, workshops and tours as part of Passport to the Arts? Registration is still open for the fall season!
…binoculars are available for rent during New York City Ballet performances?
…Jaap Van Zweden, the Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, and his wife, Aaltje van Zweden–van Buuren, established the Papageno Foundation to support families of children with autism?
… on December 15 and 16, the New York City Ballet will teach free adaptive dance workshops for children with physical disabilities? Learn more about NYCB Access Programs here.
…Lincoln Center offers free Verbal Description tours for people who are blind or have low vision?
…Lincoln Center prints hundreds of programs in Braille each year for performances across our campus? Check out this video to learn more about our Braille printer!
Rebecca Klein is the 2018–19 Accessibility Partnerships and Programs Fellow at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.