A black-and-white still from the film showing four people with different disabilities.

Film Event and Conversation

May 14, 2022

Plain-text program available

Register for the indoor event (2-4pm) or the outdoor event (8-10pm).

Join Arts Access and the North Carolina Museum of Art for a screening and discussion of “Crip Camp,” the Oscar-nominated documentary about a groundbreaking summer camp that inspires a group of teens with disabilities to join the disability rights movement.

There will also be a virtual discussion between disability rights icon (and star of “Crip Camp”) Judy Heumann and her longtime friend and CEO of Disability Rights NC, Virginia Knowlton Marcus.

ASL, captions, and audio description are provided at this event. If you have another accessibility request for this event, email Felicia Ingram (for general SOFE questions or access requests, use the contact info at the bottom of this page instead).

If you prefer to participate virtually, we can provide a screening link and Zoom link for the postscreening discussion. Please email Maria Lopez.

Five pairs of legs appear against a bright orange background. On the far left, a golden colored dog is seated on the ground wearing a brown working-dog harness. Standing next to the dog is a woman with warm brown skin wearing a turquoise skirt and red high-heeled shoes that match her red cane. At the center of the cover is a child with dark brown skin standing, hand on hip, wearing brightly colored bracelets, blue shorts, a pink shirt, and blue sneakers with yellow laces. To the right is a white skinned child, standing with legs crossed wearing pink and purple striped pants and blue and white sneakers. On the far right, a child with golden brown skin is seated in a blue power wheelchair, wearing a green shirt, yellow shorts, knee-high orange socks and red and white sneakers. The title – We Move Together – appears below in white lettering with the author and illustrator names appearing at the bottom: Kelly Fritsch, Anne McGuire, Eduardo Trejos.

Accessible Artmaking and Book Giveaway

June 4, 2022 – 10:00 am-noon

Check out versions of We Move Together with audio description, video, captions, image descriptions, and ASL interpretation.

In partnership with the Durham County Main Library, Arts Access is hosting visual art and movement activities inspired by the disabled joy of We Move Together, a new picture book by Kelly Fritsch, Anne McGuire, and Eduardo Trejos. Attendees will also get a free copy of the book!

Register today!

Kim Tyler stands next to a large abstracted landscape ink painting on a windowpane. Kim is a white woman with shoulder length black hair wearing a blue and purple blouse. Also in view are Kim's acrylic landscape paintings on canvas - a sandy path to the beach and a lake surrounded by trees and mountains.
“Movement” juror Kim Tyler

Art Exhibit: Movement

July 1 – August 30, 2022

Arts Access is excited to host an exhibition titled Movement, featuring works of art created by artists with disabilities. The exhibition will be on view throughout the months of July and August. 

Check out the virtual exhibit!

Join us on Sunday, July 24th from 2:00pm-4:00pm at Sertoma Arts Center for a reception with opportunities for everyone to participate in two hands-on art activities. You can do an origami activity with Alexander Roa (who also has a piece in the show!) and/or make mobiles from re-purposed CDs! The reception is free, but please register ahead of time on eventbrite.

Accommodations are also available throughout the event to make the patron experience accessible, including ASL tours and Audio Described tours.

Register for the reception now!


If you have any accessibility questions, please contact our office: 919.833.9919 or email We ask that all requests be made 9 days in advance of each event to ensure we can provide the best accommodations possible!