MindsEye’s Arts and Culture Accessibility Cooperative (ACAC) believes that public spaces should be inclusive, regardless of ability. Art is for everyone. Culture is meant to be shared.
Our ACAC provides a space for museums, theaters, circuses, and more to learn how to make sure everyone can access their offerings.
Through our ACAC forums, individuals with a disability and other representatives share practical ways to make a museum, theater, or event accessible for everyone.
The Arts and Culture Accessibility Cooperative will (virtually) present the ACAC Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility IDEA Awards 2020! We are accepting nominations now through…Wednesday, January 27, 2021 8:30 am – 10:00 am Online
Following National Best Practices
We are proud to offer the ACAC to the St. Louis region as the first program of its kind following national best practices pioneered by the LEAD program of The Kennedy Center and the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium.
Increasing Accessibility in St. Louis
Our successes include increased accessibility at top St. Louis organizations such as the Missouri Botanical Gardens, the St. Louis Zoo, and others. Over 50 organizations have participated in forums to date.
We are grateful for the receptivity of the community and the generosity of our ACAC sponsors as we continue this work. Special thanks to: