ARTS for ALL Wisconsin showcases the art of artists with disabilities. Hear from artist and advocate Christy Grace!
Christy Grace is a local professional artist, illustrator, and invisible illness awareness advocate. Growing up, Christy surrounded herself with everything artistic like cake decorating, face painting, mural art, and graphic design in addition to traditional mediums. Having such wide range of creative expressions, her work was noticed by Arts for All Wisconsin and she was brought in as a teaching artist to work with combat veterans. While sharing her artistic knowledge Christy also brings a deep empathy for those living with chronic illnesses or disabilities. Because of her own experiences with illness, she loves to share how art has become a tool for documenting, communicating, and even healing.
The Arts for All exhibition is available in the Sue Ames Room upon request during library hours (when the room is not in use) and at the following times:
ABOUT ARTS for ALL Wisconsin
ARTS for ALL Wisconsin was founded in 1985 as Very Special Arts Wisconsin with the mission to expand the capabilities, confidence and quality of life for children and adults with disabilities throughout Wisconsin by providing programs in dance, drama, creative writing, music and visual art. In 2010 it became VSA Wisconsin in accordance with the Department of VSA and Accessibility at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. For more information please visit: www.artsforallwi.org
If you have questions or need special accommodations at events contact Kara at (608) 835-6268 or email@example.com.
The program is made possible through funding from the Friends of the Oregon Library.