ABLE Assembly 2023

The Berklee Institute for Accessible Arts Education (BIAAE) is delighted to announce the 2023 ABLE Assembly: Arts Better the Lives of Everyone conference, which will take place online April 21–23, 2023. In-person and online attendance options are available. 

Registration is open now through April 20, 2023.

The conference registration fee is $125 and includes:

If You Attend In Person: 

  • Sessions at Berklee College of Music in Boston
  • An opening reception on April 21
  • Lunch on April 22 and April 23
  • Access to recorded sessions and supporting materials after the event has concluded
  • Admission to the Berklee Institute for Accessible Arts Education's (BIAAE) Digital Learning Series, 12 monthly webinars and workshops with hands-on teaching strategies that will be offered from May 2023 through April 2024; and 
  • The opportunity to earn 18 professional development points (opens in a new window).

 

If You Attend Online:

  • Livestream access to keynotes and some workshop sessions
  • Access to curated pre-recorded sessions and supporting materials
  • Day-ending synthesis discussions with opportunities to engage with the presenters
  • Admission to the Berklee Institute for Accessible Arts Education's (BIAAE) Digital Learning Series, 12 monthly webinars and workshops with hands-on teaching strategies that will be offered from May 2023 through April 2024; and 
  • The opportunity to earn 18 professional development points (opens in a new window).

Accessibility

Synchronous sessions will be live-captioned and American sign language–interpreted. Asynchronous sessions will be captioned.

Please register by April 20, 2023.

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About the ABLE Assembly

 

The ABLE Assembly is an exceptional professional development opportunity in the field of arts education and individuals with disabilities, bringing together educators, artists, researchers, policymakers, school administrators, program administrators, and students to share best practices, explore new research, and learn from each other.