Improving access to the arts through systems-level change
In 2012, we hosted Engage, our first exhibition of work by Vermont artists with disabilities. In 2018 we re-invigorated our exhibition efforts through Flourish, which showcased the work of 36 professional artists with disabilities. In 2019 we made the commitment to host biennial exhibitions, beginning in 2020 with ANEW. MASKED, our 4th exhibition, toured statewide through April 2023. We have just announced our call to artists for our 5th exhibition, CYCLES.
As part of these exhibitions, we offer a full range of accessibility services including print materials in braille and large print, an audio tour, verbal descriptions of every work in the show, tactile elements, sensory kits, and ASL and captioning at events upon request.
For more information about exhibition opportunities, contact Heidi Swevens, Director of Community Partnerships.