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    Screen Access and Inclusion - Masterclass for Industry

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    Event description

    For many years, the Australian screen industry has voiced a need to learn how to enhance diversity and inclusion. This Screen Access and Inclusion Masterclass program has been developed in consultation with screen professionals with lived experience of disability. 

    This unique industry training has been designed to upskill emerging and established screen practitioners in how to improve access and inclusion for people with disability in the screen industry. The Masterclass provides practical knowledge on how to provide for access requirements through building disability confidence.

    Learn about:

    • The social model of disability
    • Language and etiquette
    • What and how to use access riders
    • Creating an inclusive workplace
    • Where and how to access further support

    “The Masterclass was absolutely brilliant and a real crowd pleaser. Everyone had such positive feedback from the session. It was a breath of fresh air.”
    – Screenworks, 2023

    This training will be presented at AFTRS and livestreamed

    In-person: AFTRS - Main Theatre
    Building 130, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, NSW (Entry via Errol Flynn Boulevard) 

    Online: A zoom link will be sent to online attendees closer to the training date.

    The event will be Auslan interpreted and captioned. The Main Theatre's facilities include:

    • Wheelchair and mobility aid access
    • Tactile flooring
    • Stair lighting
    • Audio loop (available on request - please contact Accessible Arts or include a request in your booking)

    If you have any questions or need help with making a booking, contact Accessible Arts at or call on 02 9251 6499.

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