Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba

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AANM Accessibility Audit

Background is cream with yellow at the bottom on the poster. At the top of the poster is the following text in red large print “Call for Participants!”. Underneath is the following text is blue, smaller print “AANM is creating an accessibility audit of the Winnipeg arts community by people with disabilities and we want your input! Community consultations will be help via Zoom on Tuesday July 27th and August 3rd from 7pm-8:30pm. ASL interpretation provided! $50 honorarium for all participants!”.   Below the text are 4 cartoon images of different people with disabilities. The first person on the left is a white woman with long grey hair. She is wearing glasses and a blue long-sleeved shirt. She is signing in ASL. The next character is a black woman with thick black hair. She is wearing dark glasses, a long-sleeved green shirt and black pants. She is also holding a cane in her hand. The next character to the right is a white woman with long braided hair. She is wearing a pink t-shirt and purple shorts. She is using a walker to move. The last character is a brown man with black hair. He is sitting in a wheelchair and is wearing a black t-shirt, blue shorts and a red headband. He is holding a basketball.   Underneath the characters is AANM’s logo and in blue print “Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba” Below that is the following text in black “To learn more and to participate, email Jenel Shaw at”

Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba is undertaking an accessibility audit of arts venues in Winnipeg. In order to do the most effective audit possible, we are reaching out to disability and cultural groups in the community. We want to hear from you. 

Our community is diverse and needs can vary. We want your input so the results of our audit can be meaningful to you.

We plan to host a community consultation via zoom on Tuesday July 20 at 7 pm (This meeting is full), Tuesday July 27 at 7 pm and August 3rd at 7pm. The consultation will be held via zoom and will be approximately 90 minutes. Sign language interpretation will be provided. 

To take part, please email Jenel Shaw at and let her know of your interest to participate and which date works best for you! Participants will be sent an invitation via email two days before  the event. A $50 honorarium will be provided to each participant following the event. 

If you would like further information on this project or the community consultation, please contact Jenel Shaw at

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