PAM CUT Workshop: Access as Art and Practice in Creative Projects

In this artist talk and workshop on June 5 at PAM CUT, Ariel Baska, multiple disabled horror filmmaker and disability advocate, shares their experiences using accessibility tools as a uniquely creative layer. They are joined by Cheryl Green, of the Social Audio Description Collective, to talk through how captions and audio description can intertwine aesthetically with the work. By working in this way, artists can provide access that is both integral to the art and opens up new artistic worlds to audiences they have never reached before.

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This workshop is generously sponsored by the Prosper Portland and the Portland Film Office.

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