The mission of the Triple A Project: Accessibility to the Arts for All is to advocate for arts education and provide artistic opportunities to all individuals, regardless of age, ability, or socioeconomic status. We believe that the arts are essential to building well-rounded individuals and communities, but we recognize that opportunities to experience art are not as easy to come by for those that are not able-bodied or economically privileged. 

The Triple A Project is more than just an idea. While the website is equipped with a blog and upcoming podcast, our priority is to be active in the community, raising funds for inclusive arts programs, writing letters to state representatives, bringing music to nursing homes, and more. We also hope to bring you up-to-date information about art events virtually and within Indiana. For more information, click here.

“I was specifically inspired to begin this initiative by my Introduction to Theatre students. What began as a class of mostly quiet individuals with a variety of backgrounds and physical abilities, by May became a group of outstanding young men and women who had used theatre as a way to communicate with one another and better understand the world around them. I believe that the arts lend themselves to creating unique learning opportunities and uniting people in a way that very few things can.”

– Elizabeth Hallal

Click here to meet the founder.