Come to a FAMILY-FRIENDLY Performance on January 29 at Millersville University’s Winter Center | features ASL interpretation, audio-description, and wheelchair seating

nai-ni dance

More about Millersville University’s Disability Arts Programming:

“With the establishment of a multidisciplinary Disability Studies program at Millersville University in 2013-14, new attention is being directed towards Disability Arts. With support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters & MetLife Foundation, and the Lancaster County Community Foundation, Millersville has instituted tripartite Disability Arts programming.

“We are currently and will continue to introduce the campus and community to the work of professional artists from across the disability spectrum through performances, exhibitions, master classes, and workshops. We offer accessible presentations featuring ASL interpretation, open-captioning, audio-description, large-print and Braille programs, wheelchair seating at our ADA compliant venues, and now select sensory friendly performances for children on the autism spectrum. We also provide arts-learning and performance opportunities for area individuals of all ages living with sensory, physical, or cognitive disabilities. Contact Barry Kornhauser for more information.  The university also hosts an annual Disability Film series.”

“I was so awed to see that many people involved in trying to enhance the quality of life for deaf people. It made me feel more hopeful.” – Deaf Patron

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