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  • Abilities Arts Festival - A Celebration of Disability Arts and Culture - A multifaceted and multidisciplinary festival of visual and performing arts providing opportunities to showcase artistic excellence by persons with disabilities.
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  • Accessible Arts - Champions the arts for children with disabilities and advocate access to the arts. Offers details of their work and how to get involved. Kansas City.
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  • arcadea - Promotes disability arts in the north-east region of England. Offers listings, databases of practising disabled artists, a gallery, funding information and grant guidelines.
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  • Arts Access - Based in Melbourne, Australia and provides access to arts and cultural activity for people who are disadvantaged, including people with a disability.
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  • Arts Access of Raleigh, NC - Encourages and enables persons with disabilities to have full access to arts programs and facilities and participate fully in the cultural and artistic life of Raleigh.
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  • Arts For All, Inc. - Performing arts and visual arts for Tucson, Arizona including Third Street Kids
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  • Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (AMFPA) - A worldwide association of artists that organizes a wide range of exhibitions, sells original art works and permits publishing houses to reproduce their works as art greeting cards and calendars.
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  • Creativity Explored - Full time visual art center for people with disabilities in California. Includes examples of their work and how to get involved.
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  • Damon Brooks Associates - A resource that exclusively features performing artists, musicians and comedians, all of whom have a disability.
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  • Deaf Culture Art - A resource for anyone interested in Deaf Art, particularly the category defined by Deaf View/Image Art (De'VIA).
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  • Disability Artist Studio - Highlights a range of Chinese characters, calligraphy painting art symbols, portraits and wall scrolls created by disabled artists.
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  • Disability Clip Art - Positive downloadable images of people with disabilities in everyday-life situations and inclusive settings.
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  • First Street Gallery Art Center - An Art Center and Gallery for adults with developmental disabilities in Claremont, California. First Street's artists produce art in painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, collage, assemblage, art books and creative writing.
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  • Hope University / Hi Hopes Fine-Arts Foundation - Non-profit, fine arts facility for developmentally-disabled adults with autism, and Down syndrome. Offers creative-arts therapy and focused music, art, and dance programs.
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  • International Guild of Disabled Artists and Performers - A collective of artists and performers who identify as being disabled or having a disability.
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  • Kids on the Block - Provides educational puppet programs which enlighten children on the issues of disability awareness, medical-educational differences, and social concerns. Includes package overview and information on starting a troupe.
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  • National Arts and Disability Center (NADC) - Dedicated to promoting the full inclusion of children and adults with disabilities into the visual-, performing-, media-, and literary- arts communities.
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  • National Forum on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities - Site presents the Forum's agenda, concept papers, keynote addresses, daily updates, and final recommendations.
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  • National Institute of Arts and Disabilities - NIAD'S mission is to provide an art program for people with developmental disabilities which promotes creative expression, independence, dignity and community integration.
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  • The Orpheus Centre - A residential performing arts centre for young disabled artists founded by Richard Stilgoe. Offering courses in various discipline of performing arts and apprenticeships in life skills.
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  • Project Ability - A developmental visual arts organisation working to promote equality of access to the arts for all those who are marginalised within the community. (UK)
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  • Richard Attenborough Centre for Disability and the Arts - Focuses on people with disabilities and other members of the public who have previously found access to arts education difficult. (UK)
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  • Society of Disabled Artists - Watercolour paintings, tutor tips, news and photo album. Frome, Somerset, England
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  • Studio By The Tracks - An arts group for adults with autism, asperger's or mental illness. Provide free art classes, Alabama based.
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  • Survivors Art Foundation - Committed to empowering trauma-survivors with effective expressive outlets via internet art gallery, outreach programs, and national exhibitions.
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