We curate conversations, events, and art-making experiences centered around the narratives of artists with disabilities to challenge assumptions, broaden perspectives, connect communities and celebrate our common humanity through the arts.
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ART WEEK EVENTS
As a statewide collaborator for ArtWeek, we led two events. “Get COOL with the Adams School” engaged the Boston community at the Paris Street Community Center in East Boston, where participants interacted with an art display by Adams Elementary School students and celebrated together by making puppets and collages. In addition, we hosted an interactive photography workshop in conjunction with Tyler Cala Williams’ exhibit opening, where participants took and reworked photos of themselves to reflect how they want to be represented.
A COOL DAY AT THE ICA
High School students from Boston Green Academy and Community Academy of Science and Health came together to celebrate their COOL work in a day long program at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Through engagement with contemporary art, students concepts of art expanded as they toured the exhibitions and participated in an art-making workshop.
People with acquired brain injury (ABI) participate in monthly social art experiences at the Worcester Art Museum, as well as other community outings, designed to help them engage with the world of art through studio experiences and museum visits. Interested in participating? Email
…and many more to come in 2020!