The Arts & Disability Forum aims to provide an accessible and inclusive experience for participants with disabilities.
On Days 1 and 2, all keynote presentations, speeches, panel discussions, breakout sessions and Q & A will be captioned.
On Day 3, Singapore Sign Language is provided for Workshops 1, 2 and 3, and captioning is provided for Workshop 4.
Speakers have been encouraged to create and share their presentations with accessibility in mind, including but not limited to high colour contrast, larger font size, economical use of text, and verbal descriptions of images in the slides.
This website is designed to offer an inclusive browsing experience. The following options will allow users to customise how they view and navigate the website.
1. Adjusting page contrast
Some users may find website content easier to view with high-contrast settings. To switch between the default view and high-contrast view, click the “Toggle High Contrast” icon on the floating toolbar on the left.
On this website, the default view is in full colour. The high-contrast view presents the body text in yellow or white on a black background.
2. Navigating with a keyboard
This website can be fully navigated with a keyboard.
- Tab key: Toggle between skip links and menu options
- Skip to Content (top left corner): Select and press Enter to return to the top of page content
- Skip to Navigation (top second-left corner): Select and press Enter to jump to navigation bar
- Shift + Tab: To return to previous page
3. Adjusting text size
All modern browsers allow users to change the size at which text is displayed.
To increase text size in most browsers, you can hold down the Control key and press the plus (+) key. To reduce text size, hold down the Control key and press the minus (-) key. To return to the default text size, hold down the Control key and press the zero key (0).
For information on the text resizing options in your own browser, please refer to its user documentation.
In addition, you can click “Toggle Font Size” icon on the floating toolbar on the left to enlarge the font size.