Here are several guides and resources to help you to reach and gain an insight into existing and potential D/deaf audiences. If you have any resources you would like to suggest, please get in touch.
- How to reach D/deaf audiences – Doing Things Differently worked with Extraordinary Bodies artist David Ellington to produce a guide of top tips to help organisations understand how to reach and engage with D/deaf audiences.
- Developing Deaf Audiences Toolkit – Arts Council of Wales have created a useful toolkit for venues and theatre companies to help develop d/Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audiences.
- Marketing Captioned Performances – from the Arts Marketing Association, AccessibleTheatre.org.uk, Stagetext and VocalEyes is a guide on how to make theatre performances to those more accessible with captioning, and gaining insight into the potential audience for those captioned performances.
- Getting to know our audience: Developing D/deaf and disabled audiences – in this case study from Arts Professional, Richard Matthews explains the principles that guide Graeae‘s marketing work.
- British Sign Language Fingerspelling Alphabet – a visual resource from BritishSign.co.uk
- ASLI (Association of Sign Language Interpreters) – an online member database of BSl interpreters where you can search to find an interpreter who works in your area.