Each studio is wheelchair accessible and offers gender-neutral restrooms. Both studios are easily accessible via public transit and have free parking surrounding each building. All doors have either handles or nobs but no automatic openers. All of our exhibitions are free to the public unless otherwise noted. For assistance, questions, or to inquire about additional accommodations please contact email@example.com or 312-829-2787
Person First Language
Arts of Life recognizes that the disability community is rapidly evolving to use identity-first language instead of person-first language. We respect this movement and want to acknowledge their view that disability is a core component of identity, like race and gender. Often what is valid for the broader disability community does not represent people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Many members of the Arts of Life community, including our artists, prefer person-first language. We will use these terms interchangeably in our continued commitment to our artists and equity.
Arts of Life’s commitment to accessibility extends to our website. We continue to improve our pages and media to be as accessible as possible to all visitors, including people with disabilities and visual, hearing, and motor accessibility needs.
In our ongoing efforts toward improved accessibility, we invite you to let us know by alerting us by email at IT@artsoflife.org.
In the meantime, in our efforts to provide a warm welcome to all of our users, we:
- Work to follow universal design principles, making the site adaptable to different users’ needs or preferences and accessible through various other technologies, including mobile and assistive devices.
- Follow WebAIM’s Principles of Accessible Design and try to help improve the accessibility of our website for users with disabilities. \