In Our Bodies, Together: Disability Art Showcase and Maker-Space
For decades, I have looking for Christy Brown's Art work in books and online and had no luck until a few days ago. I have always been under the impression that the family kept his work in a private collection. Than a a few days ago, I did another search and hit the mother load and even fond an online gallery that sold his work.
Art exhibit accessible to visually impaired comes to Indianapolis
An artist with cerebral palsy, and without limitations
Artistas con Síndrome de Down exhiben obras en Bellas Artes
Announcing “Access,” a Short Film About Accessibility
Welcome to “Touch This Page!”
'There aren’t enough
Disability is more than the deficit of diagnosis. It is an aesthetic, a series of intersecting cultures, and a creative force.
Calhoun artist Grace Key lives out her 'Be the Light' message
At the Harvard University Harvard Art Museums Forbes Pigment Collection, many of the world's rarest hues are preserved. Just don't ask Narayan Khandekar, director of the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, what his favorite color is...
The Seated Photographers @theseatedphotographer
Becky will be performing and mentoring in "Shops & Robbers" THIS WEEKEND: June 15-17 and 22-24 at the Silver Spring Black Box Theatre in Silver Spring, MD. www.art-stream.org/see-a-show
Giving Artists With Disabilities a Space to Thrive
Meet designer Fisayo Quadric, she's a junior at Pratt Institute. As part of Cerebral Palsy Foundation's #designfordisability project, she has focused on functionality by creating garments that explore easy and new ways of getting in and out of clothes. We can't wait to see her designs on the runway at our design for disability gala tomorrow!
For more on our events: http://yourcpf.org
Michael (Stigy) a I’m disabled abstract artist from Twickenham. I attended an art and design access course at a West London college.
Josh Blue: Artist and Comic
Something about Gaelynn’s music and singing leaves a comfort to the soul… love her beautiful folk songs!
“Classically trained violinist and songwriter Gaelynn Lea has been bewitching scores of fans with her haunting original songs and experimental takes on traditional fiddle music. Her work most recently won NPR Music’s 2016 Tiny Desk Contest, a competition drawing submissions of original songs from more than 6,000 musicians across the country.”
A talented young #artist with autism fulfilled his dream of visiting an amusement park in Europe with proceeds of his hand-designed tile business. Motivational interview with Malcolm Corley conducted by Inspiration Matters