By submitting your fine arts events to us, we can add it to our district calendar.
There are a few things that you need to be aware of before submitting your event. Please take note of the following guidelines.
As a district we are committed to making our content accessible to all users. Please adhere to the following guidelines as provided by the The American Disabilities Act for public websites:
- Do not use all-caps in text, unless it’s a well-known acronym. Use periods between acronym letters.
- Do not use colored text (all text needs to remain in the default black)
- To bring attention to text, use bold and italics.
- Do not underline text, as underlines are reserved for links.
- If providing a link, please name the link what it is and not “click here,” “see details,” or “read more.”
- Keep all text left-aligned.
- Headings should only be used to separate content by subject, and not to bring attention to text.
- Keep all text the default sizes.
- All images require alternative text (details in next section).
Use of Imagery
Images must either be original content or be licensed to use. Do not use images pulled from the internet or a Google search, even if those pulled images are used in a collage of sorts. All images online have embedded code that tracks their unauthorized use.
Images must have alternative text associated with them. There is a place for this in the form. The alternative text is what screen readers and other assistive devices use to let users know what the image is about.
- Keep alternative text short, sweet, and to the point.
- Do not use “Image of” or “Picture of” when describing the image.
- The alternative text describes the subject or point of the image.