Creativity Connects: MASSCreative Arts Advocacy Day Accessibility

We are excited to welcome all arts advocates to celebrate, connect, and advocate with us at Creativity Connects: MASSCreative Arts Advocacy Day.

Our morning program starts at the Emerson Paramount Theater, which has wheelchair accessible seating and bathrooms. Please see below for a map of wheelchair accessible seating. We are also offering live closed-captioning for the programming at the Emerson Paramount.

After our morning training sessions, we will march through Boston Common to the MA Statehouse. The march is ~.5 miles and includes crossing two streets at the crosswalk and walking up approximately 15 shallow stone stairs to exit the Common. There is also an alternate route that does not involve stairs. 

After the march we will enter the Statehouse through two entrances. For those needing a wheelchair accessible entrance, the Ashburton Park entrance of Bowdoin Street is wheelchair accessible. The Statehouse has wheelchair accessible bathrooms and elevators. 

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