Discuss disability, ableism and accessibility in Twin Cities theater on Monday evening, September 18 at Park Square Theatre in St. Paul.
News from VSA Minnesota
The National Federation of the Blind of North Dakota will hold a Technology and Resources Fair on Sept. 15 and its annual convention on Sept. 16 in Fargo.
The historic James J. Hill House in St. Paul offers sensory-based tours for people with memory loss and their caregivers.
Grants for Minnesota Emerging Artists (Dec. 1 deadline) and Twin Cities arts organizations (Dec. 8 deadline) are available from VSA Minnesota, as well as state & regional arts councils and other Jerome Foundation programs.
Artists with disabilities – share your work with others at Open Flow on the first Thursday of each month in South Minneapolis.
The Twin Cities Girls’ Choir invites girls in grades 2-12 to check them out at an open rehearsal.
Here’s information on the accessibility services at the Minnesota State Fair.
St. Cloud area artist Stacey O’Connell died August 14. Here is what she said about being an artist with a disability.
Artists with disabilities are part of a number of current art exhibits
These Minnesota Fringe Festival shows will be audio described or ASL-interpreted. Shows by artists with disabilities are also available.