Training for Dementia-Friendly Screenings
11 November, Dukes Lancaster
A Life More Ordinary was a pioneering project led by Dukes Lancaster which has now been rolled out successfully across multiple urban and rural sites, providing much-needed screenings for audiences living with dementia. Find out how these screenings are run and talk to leaders in the exhibition sector at the moment, on Monday 11 December at Dukes Lancaster.
Book here for your free training place. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Access Officer for FAN, Toki Allison, is collecting case studies about great work being done within the membership for the next piece of access guidance for cinemas - an autism-friendly screenings guide, being produced in collaboration with UKCA and Dimensions. Please submit your case studies using this template (no need to complete all fields) or if you're tight for time, please send Toki an email to set up a time to talk through your project on the phone: email@example.com A selection will also be promoted on The Bigger Picture.
Great Diversity Project - Now and in the Future
We are still gathering case studies about great diversity work and projects for the inclusive cinema website, so shout about the great work you've been doing so far and send Toki an update. She's also putting together ideas for access and inclusion 2022 so if you'd like to pitch an idea (rough is fine), or talk through a potential project, get in touch about those too: firstname.lastname@example.org