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The following resources are available to those who wish to know more about resources and accommodations for students with disabilities as related to artwork.

Access Unlimited
Links for artwork and other disability-related resources.

Ann-Lewis, V. (1995). The Secret Community: Disability and the American Theatre.
Content and resources.

Association for Theatre and Accessibility
An association to foster full participation and involvement of individuals with disabilities in drama and theatre activities.

Dancing Dots Braille Music Technology
Developer and distributor of assistive technology and music products for people with disabilities.

The Faculty Room Knowledge Base
A searchable collection of questions and answers, case studies, and promising practices of interest to postsecondary faculty members.

Gallaudet Dancers
Dance techniques for deaf and hard of hearing dancers.

The National Arts and Disability Center (NADC)
Information dissemination, technical assistance, and referral regarding the field of arts and disability.

National Endowments for the Arts
List of organizations that support artists with disabilities.