We believe everyone deserves access to Louisville’s diverse arts and cultural experiences.
Our mission at the Louisville Cultural Accessibility Association (LCAA) is to inspire Louisville’s cultural community to become the most accessible arts and cultural community in the country for guests with disabilities.
In support of this mission, LCAA will offer monthly professional development sessions for arts and cultural administrators.
Registration is now open for our first professional development session:
Friday, March 23
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
American Printing House for the Blind
1839 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, KY 40206
Accessibility 101 will outline initial steps your organization can take to provide a more accessible and inclusive experience for visitors at your venue or events.
During this session we will also discuss the function of this new group, its goals, and upcoming session topics.
Speakers for Accessibility 101 are the current LCAA Steering Committee:
- Allison Hammons, Actors Theatre of Louisville
- Michael Hudson, Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind
- Stacy Ridgway, The Kentucky Center for the Arts
The meeting will include the following accommodations. If you need additional accommodations, please request by email by March 19, 2018.
Registration is NOT required, but lunch will only be provided for those who pre-registered.
If you have dietary restrictions, please email those by Tuesday, March 19.
Anyone is welcome to attend these sessions, but the focus is on professional development for arts and cultural administrators.
In addition to connecting people committed to access and inclusion, LCCA will soon provide an online directory of accessible event listings.
LCAA is made possible by Imagine Greater Louisville 2020, through a partnership between the American Printing House for the Blind Museum, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and The Kentucky Center for the Arts .