Mainstreaming Disability ArtAuthored on May 9, 2021
JS Ryu of the National accessArts Centre discusses their programming and services geared to artists with disabilities as well as Global Affairs Canada’s acquisition and display around the world of the works of 13 artists with disabilities. This is the May 9, 2021 episode.
Disability and COVID in Low and Middle-Income CountriesAuthored on May 8, 2021
Vera Kubenz of the University of Birmingham discusses her recent study of the experience of COVID-19 for People with Disabilities in low and middle-income countries. This is the May 8, 2021 episode.
Using Sound to Make Astronomy AccessibleAuthored on May 2, 2021
Tim Spuck from Associated Universities Inc., talks about new software that aids visually impaired and blind astronomers by converting images into soundscapes in real time. This software is one means of making astronomy and other sciences accessible to People with Disabilities. This is the May 2, 2021 episode.