Arts & Culture
- VSA Arts
VSA, the international organization on arts and disability, was founded more than 35 years ago by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to provide arts and education opportunities for people with disabilities and increase access to the arts for all. With 52 international affiliates and a network of nationwide affiliates, VSA is providing arts and education programming for youth and adults with disabilities around the world. For more information please visit http://education.kennedy-center.org/education/vsa/.
Disability Arts and Culture Project
The mission of the Disability Arts and Culture Project (DACP) is to further the artistic expression of people with both hidden and visible disabilities. For more information please visit www.dacphome.org or call (503) 238-0723 (voice).
Disability History Museum
The Disability History Museum's mission is to promote understanding about the historical experience of people with disabilities by recovering, chronicling, and interpreting their stories. Our goal is to help foster a deeper understanding of disability and to dispel lingering myths, assumptions, and stereotypes by examining these cultural legacies. For more information please visit www.disabilitymuseum.org.
Full Radius Dance (Georgia)
The mission of Full Radius Dance is to promote, advance, and enhance the modern dance form for persons with disabilities, for dance artists, and the general community. They provide opportunities for children and adults with and without disabilities to experience a greater awareness of their artistic potential through dance, and their programs help to foster acceptance, understanding, and inclusion of persons with disabilities in the performing arts. For more information please visit www.fullradiusdance.org or call (404) 724-9663 (voice and fax).
National Arts and Disability Center
The mission of the NADC is to promote the full inclusion of audiences and artists with disabilities into all facets of the arts community. The NADC is a leading consultant in the arts and disability community, and the only center of its kind. The NADC’s information is aimed at artists with disabilities, arts organizations, museums, arts administrators, disability organizations and agencies, performing arts organizations, art centers, universities, arts educators, and students. The NADC is a project of the University of California, at Los Angeles, Tarjan Center. For information please visit http://nadc.ucla.edu/.
Survivors Art Foundation
Dedicated to encourage healing through the arts, Survivors Art Foundation is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization committed to empowering trauma survivors with effective expressive outlets via internet art gallery, outreach programs, national exhibitions, publications and development of employment skills. For more information please visit www.survivorsartfoundation.org.