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PALO ALTO EXHIBITION–Art of Disability Culture
September 28, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 11, 2021
PALO ALTO–Art of Disability Culture: Artists with disabilities dispelling myths, dissolving barriers, and disrupting prejudice exhibition. At the heart of this exhibition is a robust celebration of the diverse, personal, and infinitely varied “disability experience.” Every artist featured has one or more disabilities, whether visible or invisible, and the exhibition centers upon their creativity, vulnerability, and unique perspectives. Work in the exhibition includes traditional portraiture, mixed-media pieces, tactile paintings, ceramics, an interactive labyrinth experience, digital portraiture, video, installation art, and a large site-specific sculpture. The Art of Disability Culture also provides a safe space for the community to come together and reflect upon the pandemic with a greater understanding of how disability culture can strengthen our communities through the practices of interdependence, accessibility, and inclusion. The Palo Alto Art Center is open, and offers free admission. Masks are required indoors. The Art Center facility is ADA accessible with free parking. The Art of Disability Culture exhibition will feature numerous accessibility components to ensure that the broadest possible audience can experience the exhibition and related programs. Audio descriptions will be available for all works of art on view and will also be accessible on the website. Braille labels and audio descriptions will also be available for deaf/blind visitors. Public programs will include American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and live captioning. Social narratives will also be provided and available online for visitors with autism. Palo Alto Art Center Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm 1313 Newell Road Palo Alto, CA 94303 ADA Accessible & Free Parking For more information click here. This project is supported by a Humanities for All Quick Grant.