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Access Art Queen's - call for Art submissions

Access Art Queen's

Access Art Queen's is an initiative created in collaboration with the Queen's University Equity Office that aims to critically examine the in/accessibility of art while highlighting personal experiences of dis/ability, in/accessibility, and dis/ablism, as intersecting with other facets of identity through artistic mediums in accessible formats. We are looking for pieces and works to help us create a critical, anti-oppressive exhibit that reflects on disability as a social identity.

In moving from diversity to inclusion, we are seeking to gather artworks from various artists that are accessible via their multiplicity of mediums, including pieces that cater to different senses allowing different people to experience each in an individual format. These artworks will be displayed in an art installation in Winter 2017.

exploring lived experiences of disability, disablism, and in/accessibility, as intersecting with other facets ofidentity

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City of Kingston - Celebrating Accessibility Awards 2016

The Celebrating Accessibility Awards

Celebrate accessibility

The City, in partnership with the municipal accessibility advisory committee (MAAC), is accepting nominations for the Celebrating Accessibility Awards.

The Celebrating Accessibility Awards recognizes a person, group or organization that has made or is making a significant contribution beyond legislated requirements, towards improving access for persons with disabilities in Kingston.  

This year’s awards have expanded to include multiple categories: education, employment, recreation, customer service, built environment, volunteer, youth and other. Nominate an initiative before Oct. 28, 2016.

On Dec. 1, join the award winners and special guest speaker Anna-Karina Tabuñar for a screening of her film “Talent Untapped.” "Talent Untapped" is a film, a movement, a tribute to people with visible and invisible disabilities. They prove that talent comes in all sizes, ages and abilities. Free registration is required for this event.

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Career Fair - September 27, 2016

Career Fair - September 27!

Our Career Fair is the premiere recruitment event at Queen's University.  It connects students with future work and education opportunities.  Follow #careerfairqueens on Twitter for updates and info about this event. 

Come get your picture taken for free at our professional LinkedIn Photo booth!

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ALL IN's 2nd Annual All Inclusive Picnic - Thursday, September 22nd

ALL IN's 2nd Annual All Inclusive Picnic

all in's inclusive picnicYou're invited to ALL IN's 2nd Annual All Inclusive Picnic (formerly St. Mary's Spinal Cord Injury BBQ), on Thursday, September 22nd, from 2:00pm-7:00pm at Lake Ontario Park.

We'd love to see you and your friends/family attend for a fun-filled afternoon with some great food!

Please be sure to register by Thursday, September 15th, as we need final numbers for food. RSVP: katie@all-in-ontario.com

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Accessibility Café - Queen’s Facilities Accessibility Design Standards (QFADS) April 25th

Accessibility Café - Queen’s Facilities Accessibility Design Standards (QFADS)

door with accessible signage and automatic door openerWhen: Monday, April 25th, 2016 1:00pm-2:30pm

Where: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 202

With: Campus Planning and Development and Bob Topping, Architect

Refreshments will be served.

Help us create Queen’s Facility Accessibility Design Standard (QFADS). Join us and bring your ideas to a stakeholder consultation to develop a leading-edge QFADS.

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Accessibility Cafe with David Lepofsky Jan 22

Accessibility Cafe relaunches January 22, 2016 with David Lepofsky

Head shot of David LepofskyPresented by: Accessibility Queen’s and the Equity Office.

When: Friday January 22, 2016 1:00pm-3:00pm

Where: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 202

Would you like to help over 1.8 million Ontarians with disabilities tear down the many accessibility barriers that impede them from getting full access to jobs, public transit, education and all that Ontario has to offer its residents? We encourage all to attend. This Café is open to the general public and all in the Queen’s community (students, staff, and faculty). We want you to come, whether you have a disability, or know someone who has a disability, or could get a disability later in life. That includes everyone!

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