ACCESSIBILITY

Workman Arts is committed to values of inclusivity and accessibility for all guests, staff, volunteers and artists. We are listening and learning from our community to help us address barriers and open up opportunities for anyone interested to engage with the Being Scene exhibition and related events. We do our best to accommodate any interpretation assistance or any other accessibility needs by request.

 

MENTAL HEALTH ACCESS – VIRTUAL HELD SPACE

As important as we believe it is to engage in honest, direct discussions about mental health and/or addictions, this material can be difficult or triggering for some. In line with a commitment to being trauma-informed, each event will offer an active listener who will be available by text, phone and video chat during and after programs, to debrief the programs, offer resources or just talk about your day. Information for accessing virtual support will be available at the beginning of each event.

 

FINANCIAL ACCESS

All events are free to attend. Some events may require registration.

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ASL) INTERPRETED PROGRAMS

We will provide ASL interpretation at events if requested. If you require ASL interpretation in order to engage with an event you’re interested in, please contact justina_zatzman@workmanarts.com at least a week prior to the event.

 

OPEN CAPTIONING

We will provide live captioning for all events. If you have accessibility needs related to captioning of events, please contact justina_zatzman@workmanarts.com.

If you require any accessibility supports in order to access any Being Scene 2021 programming, please get in touch with Justina Zatzman at
justina_zatzman@workmanarts.com
or 416-583-4339, ext 9.