Working in Culture: Accessibility and Employment in Arts and Culture - An Interview with Sage Lovell
As part of the development of our panel for the ReelAbilities Film Festival Toronto 2016, we reached out to a number of artists and arts administrators including Sage Lovell who created the following Vlog to address what they have learned, how they work, and the skills, attributes, and support needed to forge a successful career in arts and culture.
Note: ASL, closed captioning, and transcript available
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Working in Culture: Accessibility and Employment in Arts and Culture
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