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A man playing a saxophone on stage. Painting of a hand cupped around a tiny infant. Vibrantly colored painting of geometric renderings of faces. A woman sculpting a bust out of clay. Close-up of a painting of a human eye in shades of black, red and orange. A woman performing in a play on stage. A young boy smiling at a hand puppet. An exuberant group of participants in the Actual Lives program. A young boy participating in the Arts Alive program. Painting with white and blue hair-like strokes on a background of deep turquoise. Man in a wheelchair viewing artwork in a gallery. Blind artist standing in front of his work. Group of women performing with colored scarves. Man speaking into a microphone with open captioning on a large screen behind him. Group of young students playing a musical game with the teacher.

Events - Festivals - Arts For All

Arts For All art tools, created by inventor Dwayne Szot, are one-of-a-kind products that offer individuals of all abilities an opportunity for creative expression through arts and mobility. Art tools are designed so participants with limited movement or lack of fine motor skills can be successful in using what mobility they have to create, paint, draw, print and more. Individuals will roll out paint and draw with chalk - all while working on mobility skills and coordination through creative expression

Utilize tools provided by VSA arts to create a large mural on the floor of your facility – your group can be as small as five or as large as 100. Art tools are designed so that participants with limited movement or lack of fine motor skills can be successful in using what mobility they have to create, paint, draw, print, and more. The tools incorporate the use of one's wheelchair, walker, arms, or legs as part of the creative process. Individuals can make prints, draw with chalk, or use pogo paint poles, all while working on mobility skills and coordination, creativity, expression, and self-esteem.

Schedule an Arts For All session at your facility!

What will VSA arts provide?

What are you responsible for?

How do I sign up?

Contact April Sullivan for more information on how you can sign up.

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A young girl uses the Arts for All adaptive arts equipment.

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A young girl in a wheelchair uses the Arts for All adaptive arts equipment.

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