CMA is committed to improving access for everyone at our events. We make every effort to ensure events are presented in wheelchair accessible venues and when this is not possible, it is clearly noted. An electronic copy of the CMiA biannual brochure is downloadable from this website. Click here to download.
The CMA e-news uses alternative text to describe photos for blind or vision impaired patrons. You can sign up on the Chamber Music Adelaide website to receive the e-news with monthly updates on concerts and upcoming events and activities. Click here to sign up for CMA e-news.
Access Symbols we use to indicate access for events, where applicable, include
Using the White Cane Access symbol indicates physical access for people who are blind or vision impaired. Such as visual art or museum exhibitions that may be touched or, in CMA's case, when a guided/touch tour is offered prior to a live chamber music performance. Audio Describers deliver the touch tour and lead patrons in meeting the performers and discovering key elements such as the size, shape and construction of the different musical instruments they will play and how that affects and varies the sound.
Audio description is commentary for people who are blind or vision impaired. Audio Describers deliver information on actions and visual elements. When it is offered for live events, Audio Description is delivered live in dialogue pauses and scene changes via a wireless transmission system.
Download a Venue Information Summary here, describing which venues CMA uses are wheelchair accessible, have an accessible toilet and other useful information. [This summary is still a work in progress]
If you have any access questions, concerns or suggestions, we want to hear from you. To do this please email us at email@example.com or call 0417 556 580. We’ll make reasonable efforts to meet your specific requirements, within available resources.
For more information about access to arts events in and around Adelaide contact www.access2arts.org.au