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    Various Cultural Venues

    22–23 March 2021

    Arts & Disability Ireland, in consultation with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Office of VSA and Accessibility, has been closely monitoring the developing global situation with regards to the COVID-19 / Coronavirus.

    In light of recent developments and growing concerns and reluctance to travel internationally and in the interest of maximising participation, international collaboration and learning in the field of arts and cultural access, we have regrettably decided to postpone From Access to Inclusion to 22nd – 25th March 2021.

    We will aim to ensure that the published programme of 34 presenters from 13 countries of Keynotes, panels, case studies and workshops will go ahead as planned, subject to presenters availability.

    Arts & Disability Ireland will be communicating directly with delegates offering them the option to re-book at no additional cost or cancel with a full refund. The team at Clayton Hotels and Maldron Hotels & Partners have advised that any delegates who have booked their own accommodation directly with hotel have options available to them.

    Participate in a stimulating range of practical workshops run by internationally acknowledged experts.

    These intimate workshops, held in Dublin’s world famous cultural institutions will offer a real opportunity to participate and learn. Gain a toolbox of skills which arts and cultural professionals will be able to implement with ease and confidence.

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