What does ‘accessibility’ mean to you, when it comes to creativity?
It could be as simple a feature as a venue having a wheelchair ramp or a lift. It could be not being in a room surrounded by middle class white people. It could be not being in a room surrounded by middle class cis white people. It could be not being expected to pay through the roof in order to attend a workshop or exhibition. It could be not being made to feel excluded because you don’t ‘fit in’ enough, or meet the glaring class threshold of the snooty facilitator.
We’ve had a great start at Nice Time, and want to thank everyone for their support. We have a lot of exciting events coming up, including a Fun Palace, Spoonie Artists meet-up, more Queer Craft Club, Zine Club, pom-pom making and more.
We also have a survey that we would really really love you to fill in! As you know, we have stated that our two key principles are accessibility and affordability, so it would be bad form of us to claim either without getting your views. We know we already will only work in wheelchair accessible venues, and don’t charge for our sessions, but we want to hear more! We’ve had quite a lot of responses so far but the more people we hear from, the more accessible we can be.
Please take a minute out of your day to fill in this survey: CLICK HERE to open the survey in a new window.
If you’d prefer the survey in a different format, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by text, 07539 371 070