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August 11, 2016
Attention Artists! Share Your Art
Deadline to submit: September 2, 2016
- Share Your Art Flyer and Directions - English 135 kb (PDF)
- Share Your Art Flyer and Directions - Spanish 134 kb (PDF)
- Online Registration Form
- Mail-in Registration Form - English 15 kb (PDF)
- Mail-in Registration Form - Spanish 14 kb (PDF)
A video and in-person display is planned to showcase the work of local artists with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities as part of a presentation on "Access the ARTS" to be held on September 28, 2016 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at RI College. THERE IS NO FEE TO PARTICIPATE.
The Sherlock Center invites individuals of all ages to participate in the display in the following ways:
- OPTION 1 Share Photographs: Submit a photograph of art that you created OR of you participating in the arts (limit of 3 photos).
- OPTION 2 Share Video: Submit a link to a short video clip of art that you created, of you participating in the arts, OR telling us “what participating in the art means to you” (2 minutes maximum).
- OPTION 3 Request to display ONE piece of art in person at the presentation (space is limited).
July 28, 2016
Access to the ARTS!
SAVE THE DATE: Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 6:00 - 8:00 pm at RI College
The Sentinels Advisory Committee at the Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities invites individuals with disabilities, family members, and other members of the disability community to a celebration of creative expression at RI College.
Guest Speaker: Randall Rosenbaum, Rhode Island State Council on the Art Randall Rosenbaum, Executive Director of the RI State Council on the Arts, will talk about the opportunities and importance of participation of individuals with disabilities in the ARTS, including illustration, photography, music, dance, and more!
A display is planned to showcase the work of local artists with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities.
Print Save the Date Flyer
JOIN OUR MAILING LIST! Click “Access to the Arts” to receive information as it becomes available.
This event is sponsored by the Sentinels Advisory Committee. The Sherlock Sentinels and the Advisory Committee provides guidance and feedback to the Sherlock Center on the needs of individuals with disabilities living in Rhode Island. The Sherlock Center is recruiting new Sentinels. Information will be available at this event.
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