Hello! Half Access is participating in Project For Awesome 2018. Project For Awesome is a campaign by the Foundation to Decrease World Suck and is a time when online creators and their communities work together to spread awareness about their favorite charities and raise money for them. From Dec. 7 – Dec. 9 you can vote for Half Access to win part of the money raised. This would give us a huge boost moving forward in 2019 in terms of awareness and funding.
Brianna Snider is currently a student at Capital University in Columbus, OH, where she studies music technology and is the music director at the university’s own WXCU Radio. She is the co-founder of Blue Salt Records, and plays music under the name saltlick. Snider – who has a mild form of cerebral palsy, as well as scoliosis – caught up with Half Access to discuss her experiences with accessibility as both a spectator and performer.read more
Enjoy a guest blog post from The John G. Shedd Institute’s Hearing Loop committee in Eugene, OR. Learn about the importance of auditory accessibility in venues and the committee’s work to increase access to looping systems at venues.read more
Sean Gonzalez, one of our board members, virtually met Jessica through a music group on Facebook, sharing a common interest in bands and genres. After reading a few posts from Jessica, we reached out to discuss her disability, Cerebral Palsy, to spread some awareness.read more