Accessibility and Accommodations

Springfield Cultural Partnership is committed to accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities in our programs. While we are limited in certain ways, due to our lack of physical programming space, we will do everything we can to support full participation for all when utilizing partner, community and other spaces.

Springfield Cultural Partnership welcomes questions, concerns, or suggestions on how we can better support your participation in our programming. Please reach out to us!

Our coordinator for requests for assistance or accommodations is Kali Green, Arts & Culture Coordinator. You may contact Kali Green directly at

A helpful resource is Mass Cultural Council’s Top 10 Practices to Center Accessibility.


Springfield Cultural Partnership’s website has the option of auto-translation for every webpage. Springfield Cultural Partnership will make every effort to offer translation, interpretation, alternative formats, and other services individuals may need to participate fully in our programs, services, and events. Please submit requests for accommodations at least two weeks in advance of when they are needed.

Note: There are many wonderful translation services available in the Springfield Community. In the past, we have utilized UMASS Amherst Translation Center services. If you would like to share your translation services with us, please fill out a profile on our resource directory

Accessibility and Non-discrimination Requirements

As a grantee of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Springfield Cultural Partnership is contractually committed to abiding by state and federal regulations which bar discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, gender identity, or sexual orientation, and which require accessibility for persons with disabilities. Springfield Cultural Partnership is expected to be in compliance with:


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