Accessibility & Equity
C Magazine acknowledges that the majority of discourses pertaining to contemporary visual art have been informed by Western European thought, values and practices. The inclusion of perspectives from diverse groups is central to the vitality of contemporary art, art criticism, its communities and more broadly, society. In all of our activities, we aim to challenge historical bias by empowering voices from the diverse art communities and equity-seeking groups we serve, including Indigenous, persons of colour, deaf, mad and disabled, 2SLGBTQIPA+, early-career and regional persons, without barriers or discrimination.
C Magazine is committed to creating a barrier-free organization. We feel that providing magazine issues, web-content, events and programs that are accessible to people with different abilities is a shared responsibility among directors of the board, employees, contributors and others that comprise our customers, audience and community. This relationship is based on respect of individual rights, the dignity of the individual and our community’s shared commitment to an open and supportive environment.