The City of Richardson and the Eisemann Center will host the City’s latest Access+Inclusion week Feb. 12-15. First presented in 2021 and then again in 2023, Access+Inclusion involves several days of events designed to improve the livability and physical and mental health of our community through conversation and cross-sector collaboration. 

Access+Inclusion 24 will feature Los Angeles-based choir, Tonality, presenting a series of lectures, demonstrations, and music-based master classes focused on mental wellness for area students and local organizations; also scheduled are lunches for area employers/employees with keynote speaker Chamique Holdsclaw, a noted mental health advocate and Olympic gold medalist. The week culminates with two events open to the public, including a public luncheon with Holdsclaw Feb. 15 and a “pay what you wish” concert that evening by the Tonality Chorus joined by the Dallas Street Choir—see below under Arts/Culture for details.