MSAC is committed to making sure all Marylanders can access our programs and services.
Everyone is welcome, and all events and activities sponsored by or operated within MSAC must be fully accessible both physically and programmatically. MSAC complies with all applicable disability-related statutes and regulations, and seeks to ensure meaningful participation by all Marylanders regardless of need or ability.
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MSAC encourages guests to fill out an Accommodation Request form by clicking here or contact the Office Secretary at least two weeks before any MSAC event date or application deadline. We will work to fulfill any requests we receive at any time.
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If you would like to request any document to be translated to a language other than English, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To enable us to respond in a manner most helpful to you, please indicate the title of the document(s), the web address of the requested material, and your contact information.
Accessibility in the Arts
Accessibility in the Arts ensures inclusive, mutually beneficial, and meaningful participation for everyone in all cultural and creative spaces by providing full access both physically and programmatically.
Accessibility in the Arts is a continuously evolving and malleable process that holistically considers the body and mind for both audiences and artists with diverse needs. Full access will create ecosystems and cultures that are safe and welcoming to all.
Equity and Justice
The arts celebrate our state’s diversity, connect our shared humanity, and transform individuals and communities. MSAC and its supporting collaborators are committed to advancing and modeling equity, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion in all aspects of our organizations and across communities of our state.
MSAC and its grantees are committed to embracing equity and non-discrimination regardless of race, religious creed, color, age, gender expression, sexual orientation, class, language, and/or ability.
Feedback and Grievance Procedures
If guests would like to provide general feedback to MSAC about accessibility for MSAC’s programs or programs funded by MSAC, they can do so by emailing email@example.com.
For programs or services provided by MSAC
If a program or service operated by MSAC, facilities operated by MSAC, or public meetings conducted by MSAC are inaccessible to persons with a disability or is illegally discriminatory and you want to file a grievance:
- If you have any questions or would like to discuss the situation before filing a grievance, contact the Office Secretary.
- To file a formal grievance, email Dan Leonard, Director of EEO & Fair Practices and ADA Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For programs or services that are not provided by, but are funded by MSAC
- Communicate the grievance to the sponsoring organization.
- If you think your grievance was not handled appropriately by the sponsoring organization, or if you have not received a response from the organization within thirty (30) days, contact MSAC’s Office Secretary at email@example.com.
MSAC will work with you to provide assistance as appropriate.
Accessibility Resources Library
MSAC is building a comprehensive Accessibility Resources Library of relevant research, events, handbooks, and articles to support the learning and professional development for Maryland grantees. To contribute to the library, please fill out the Accessibility Resources Submissions Form by clicking here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.