[Perform-Talk] Parents, Children, and the Performing Arts, November 17th

Katelyn MacIntyre katelynmacmusic at gmail.com
Tue Nov 5 16:39:43 UTC 2019

Hello everyone,
Are you a parent interested in helping your blind child cultivate diverse skills? Are you a young person with an interest in expanding your horizons? Are you an educator who has a hand in the performing arts? The upcoming membership call of the National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division will cater to all of these groups. We will discuss how to get kids involved in the performing arts early, how the performing arts can shape and grow character, a diverse skill set, social adeptness, etc., and how we need our youth to become involved early on to help change the landscape for blind people in the entertainment industry. We’ll talk about these things and much more with a group of panelists and also take your questions as we open up the discussion during the end of the call. All are welcome!
Sunday, November 17th, 8 PM Eastern, 5 PM Pacific.
Call (712) 770-4856 with access code 616934
We hope that no matter your current involvement in the performing arts, you will join us to learn about how you and those around you may become more involved to better themselves and increase representation of blind people in this exciting field.
Talk to you on November 17th!

Warmest Regards,

~Katelyn MacIntyre, M.M.
Vice President, National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division

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