2021 - 2022 Members Learning Community Digital Scrapbook Application Process
Created in 2015, the Arts Learning Community for Universal Access is a collaborative program between the City of Raleigh Arts Commission and the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County that brings together like-minded arts and cultural administrators who want to improve how inclusive their organizations are of the Deaf community and people living with disabilities. The year-long program runs from July through June.
|Betsy Ludwig*||Arts Access|
|Kari Martin Hollinger, Carly Jones, Meg Revelle* and Stephen Wall*||Arts Together|
|Brett Morris and Megan Sullivan*||Artspace|
|Sarah Preston||Cary Arts Center|
|Jaclyn Bowie, Krista Nance, and Gab Smith*||CAM Raleigh|
|Cecilia Saloni||El Pueblo|
|Ella Fang||International Focus|
|Janine Eash, Jordan Pearce, and Ashley Peay-Bettini||Marbles Kids Museum|
|Kathleen Collier and Emily Catherine Mealor||North Carolina Arts Council|
|Melissa Roth||North Carolina Museum of Art|
|Liani Yirka||North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences|
|Dan Ellison and Hilary Leggette||N.C. State University Gregg Museum|
|Mia Self||N.C. State University Theatre|
|Meredith Laing and Jason Spencer||North Carolina Symphony|
|William Henry and Donna Mullins||North Carolina Theatre|
|S.A. Corrin*||Office of Raleigh Arts|
|Jamie Katz Court* and Courtney Wheeler||PineCone|
|Fidel Benton and Meredyth Pederson Cooper||Raleigh Little Theatre|
|Julia Meder*||Sertoma Arts Center|
|Ragen Carlile*||United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County|
|Brandon Cordrey*||Visual Art Exchange|
|Cathy Gouge||Wake Forest Renaissance Centre|
|Johannah Maynard Edwards||Women's Theatre Festival|
2021 - 2022 Members
In its sixth year, 22 arts and cultural organization representatives were given the opportunity to join the Arts Learning Community for Universal Access.
|Kathryn Auman and Sherri Pekks||Arts Together|
|Amanda Bittner and Cameron Laws||Artsplosure|
|Nathalie Ray||Burning Coal Theatre Company|
|Veronica Aguilar||El Pueblo|
|Janine Eash and Shenette Swann||Marbles Kid Museum|
|Johannah Maynard Edwards and Hannah Williams||National Women's Theatre Festival|
|Ai-Ling Chang and Kathleen Collier||North Carolina Arts Council|
|Felicia Ingram and Molly Trask-Price||North Carolina Museum of Art|
|Rebecca Edmonds||North Carolina Opera|
|Liza Green||NC State Live|
|Emilie Wood||N.C. State University Theatre|
|Ashley Blankenship and Jason Spencer||North Carolina Symphony|
|Donna Mullins and Katrina Tarson||North Carolina Theatre|
|Alicia Grey||Raleigh Little Theatre|
Learning Community Digital Scrapbook
Wanting to show that accessibility is within reach for any organization, the 2019-2020 Learning Community members created a Digital Scrapbook, capturing the processes and results of individual projects enacted at their organizations.
The City of Raleigh Arts Commission and the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County are partnering for a sixth year to offer a year-long arts learning community that uses a collaborative approach to advocating for and improving access to the arts for people with disabilities. Representatives of Raleigh and Wake County organizations have been selected to participate in this program (maximum 2 representatives/organization).
- Located within Wake County*
- A nonprofit exempt from federal and state income tax as either a charitable organization with 501(c)(3) designation by the Internal Revenue Service with established arts programming or a unit of municipal government
*Interested organizations located outside of Wake County should contact S.A. Corrin at email@example.com to discuss their situation.
How to Apply
The 2021-2022 Learning Community application cycle has closed. The application form and guidelines posted below are for reference only until information about the 2022-2023 application process is posted in April 2022.