Every word counts

Captioning Awareness Week Social Media


 

I'm a Caption Hero because...

We want to know what makes you a Caption Hero!!!

Do you...

  • Attend captioned or subtitled events?
  • Shout about access to your friends and family?
  • Promote access for D/deaf, deafened, and hard of hearing audiences?

Following on from last years successful "Name in the Frame" campaign we're now asking everyone to download this year's board below and tell us one thing that make you or your organisation a Caption Hero.

Share your photos on Twitter and Facebook and we will be announcing prizes for those involved during the week!

Download our board and tell us about one thing that makes you a Caption Hero. A black and white version is also available.

 

Add Captioning Awareness Week to your Facebook profile picture. It just takes a couple of clicks and it's and easy way to show your support for the campaign.

Sign-up now by clicking here.

 

 

 

Help spread the word of Captioning Awareness Week with thunderclap. 

Sign-up with your social media accounts with a couple of simple clicks and we can reach people across the world with the importance of captioning and arts access!

Join us on Thunderclap now

 

 

 

Twitter Competitions

There will be prizes up for grabs for the best "Caption Hero" photos during the week, pull your poses and show your support for Captioning Awareness Week.

Prizes will be announced during the week so plenty of time to get designing!

Take your photo and tag us in on Twitter (@Stagetext) and Facebook

 

 

Become a "Caption Hero"

Show your support for captioning and live subtitling with your hero masks! 

Download designs and templates here.

The Arts Council
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