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Art With Impact is committed to ensuring equity and access for people with all different abilities. This page provides tips and tools for accessing accessibility features throughout this site.

Accessibility Mode

International accessibility standards recommend various ways to ensure visible accessibility for content displayed on the web. By turning on “Accessibility mode” — located in the lower left corner of each page on the site the color palette of the site is limited and all content will be displayed with contrast levels and font sizes compliant with WCAG 2.0. Once you’ve turned accessibility mode on, it will remain that way until you switch it off.

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Closed Captions

All of the films in the OLIVE Film Collection and the associated filmmaker videos are closed captioned in English. Many films are also available translated into Spanish and French, and a few are available in Chinese. To access the closed captioning on film, click the “CC” on the bottom right side of the player window. For films with multiple language options you will be able to select the language of your choice. Once closed captions are turned on they will remain on for all the films on our site until you turn them off.


To access the transcripts of any film in our library, click the link in the film’s description that says “View Film Transcript” (located under the tips and guidelines for viewing films from the OLIVE collection).

Please note that it typically takes one to two months after a film is added to the collection for us to catch up with both closed captioning and transcripts.

Screen Reader Compatibility

To the extent possible, the pages on this site have been designed to work with a wide range of screen reading technologies. Please refer to the guidelines provided by your screen reading software for troubleshooting and instructions.

Accessibility features on artwithimpact.org were funded, in part, by the National Endowment for the Arts.