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      Snapshot Session: Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability 2019 in Duluth

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      September 30, 2019

      Monday   3:00 PM

      353 Harbor Dr
      Duluth, Minnesota 55802

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      Snapshot Session: Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability 2019

      Every year the John F. Kennedy Center hosts the Leadership Exchange in Arts & Disability (LEAD) Conference.  LEAD brings arts and cultural organization staff together to focus on removing barriers to participation and inclusion of people with disabilities throughout our organizations. For everyone who didn't make it to Denver to attend this year, Minnesota Access Alliance will host a session to share reports from the 2019 LEAD.Presentations include summaries, key takeaways, big ideas and resources to get you started or further along your accessibility journey. This session is great for people just beginning to think about access or for those who want to learn more about the LEAD conference. ACCESSIBILITY   What accommodations will be provided? Captioning and ALD (assisted listening devices) will be provided. The Great Lakes Aquarium is wheelchair accessible. We are happy to provide ASL interpretation upon request. Please contact Emma Allen at 612-626-1897 or to make a request.  Who do I contact for accessibility inquiries? Contact Emma Allen at 612-626-1897 or to request accommodations or with accessibility inquiries. Additional venue specific access information can be found on the access page of the Great Lakes Aquarium website. LOCATION, WEBINAR AND OTHER What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Parking is available in front of the building. Please let parking attendants know that you are here for the meeting so you will not be charged. If taking public transportation, the closest bus route is route 24. Where is the meeting? We will be meeting in the Discovery Center at the Great Lakes Aquarium. Please see the ticketing desk upon arrival, and they will direct you.  What is the cost of the event? This event is free! We just request that you RSVP so that we have a sense of how many people to expect. I'm trying to do the online webinar, and it just isn't working right. Who do I call? In case of technical difficulties with the webinar, please contact Kyle Grindberg at or (612) 626-5780. A big thank you to the Great Lakes Aquarium for generously donating their time and space for this event! IMAGE DESCRIPTIONS: Event Image: Six smiling feminine people stand in a row with a Yellow Labrador in front. From left to right: Emma Allen, Bell Museum; Jenea Rewertz-Tergui, Ordway; Natalie Kennedy-Schuck, MSAB; Sherry Shirek, Arts Access for All; Millie, Yellow Labrador; Kathy Mouacheupao, MRAC; and Samantha Smingler, Great Lakes Aquarium. Image 2: Accessibility symbols; American sign language, universal symbol of access (wheelchair), Assisted listening, and open caption symbols. Image 3: The Great Lakes Aquarium logo. Graphic drawing of a green, yellow, blue, and red fish with waving blue and green lines under it. Fish is centered over the words "Great Lakes Aquarium" in blue.

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