We’re putting together a soundtrack for the ACT Dis/Ability Conference + Festival with your Songs + Sounds!

This is a great promotional and participation opportunity. Chosen audio will be played in full or as a clip during breaks, receptions, lead in’s and lead out’s for presenters, etc. The soundtrack and artists will also be
• listed in the event program;
• listed on the conference website and promoted on social media;
• added to a SoundCloud playlist for public access after the event; and
• receive one (1) free pass to one (1) day of the conference.

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Call for Original Artwork / Sculpture - deadline July 27, 2018

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Accessible Creativity Transforms: ACT Dis/Ability Conference and Festival

September 27 - 28, 2018

at the Historic Lincoln Theatre and Jazz Arts Group Spaces

Are you a trained Audio Describer or American Sign Language Interpreter?

The VSA Affiliate Zine Project is complete!!

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Randy Lewis, Los Angeles Times
January 23, 2015

At the 2015 National Association of Music Merchants show in Anaheim, Calif. it sounded like heresy to hear a marketing honcho for one of the world’s leading drum manufacturers say, “We’re not trying to turn everyone into a professional drummer.”

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