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Disability and the Arts

Find a Cultural Center Near You!

Project Access is a National Database for accessible cultural centers across the United States. Don’t let disability keep you from enjoying the beauty of art and history!

A Home Ahead of it’s Time

Famed architect Frank Lloydd Wright’s only fully accessible home is now a national museum.

Chuck Baird

Chuck Baird was a deaf painter and one of the founders of the De’VIA art movement, which intermingles American Sign Language symbols into artistic renderings. Sadly, Baird passed away in February of 2012, but his art can still be studied and enjoyed!

Art Gallery

Wikipedia – Chuck Baird

Height1000 Art Show

A statewide survey/exhibit of Oregon organizations providing career supports to artists considered by some to have disabilities.

Opening Receptions
Saturday April 5 2014
2-4pm The Arc Benton Offices/Gallery
414 NW 4th St. Corvallis

3-5pm The Majestic Theatre
115 SW 2nd St. Corvallis

CLICK HERE to learn more

Participating Organizations: Art Focus (The Arc Benton, Corvallis) Arts and Culture Program (Oregon Supported Living Program, Eugene) Project Grow (Port City Development Center, Portland) The Center for the Arts (Partnerships in Community Living Inc. Monmouth, Salem) Quickest Flip (Eugene)