Join us for the March NEP Meeting
Presented in collaboration with the Connecticut Office of the Arts
Morning Session: Emergency Preparedness Workshop with Sean Ferguson
BE PREPARED – PLAN FOR “WHAT IF” INSTEAD OF “WHY ME.”
The fire. The flood. The storm. The broken pipes. The break-in. The disaster. Being a resilient performing arts organization during and after an emergency means preparedness, training, and business continuity for you and your organization.
Sean Ferguson, NEDCC Preservation Specialist and Emergency Preparedness Consultant for New England, presents to help your organization prepare for emergencies.
Afternoon Session: ADA 101 for the Arts – Presented by the Connecticut Office of the Art
The ADA 101 for the Arts workshop will cover general ADA topics specific to arts organizations to help make programs and services more accessible to individuals with disabilities. ADA 101 for the Arts will explore compliance with ADA laws and creative thinking solutions that enhance the visitor experience.
ADA 101 for the Arts is the first workshop from COA's Accessibility Professional Development Series. More workshops will be offered in the spring on an array of topics.
Lunch will be provided.
Manchester Community College
60 Bidwell Street
Community Commons Room, 2nd Floor GPA Building (Great Path Academy, Jonathan M. Daube Building)
Manchester, CT 06040
It's Spring Break at Manchester Community College!
The major parking lots are open to students and members of the general public. Please refrain from parking in designated faculty and staff parking lots; vehicles must have an MCC parking sticker to park in those locations.
Link to MCC campus maps.