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Accessible Expressions Ohio: Providing Opportunities for Over 25 Years

by OSU Writing Intern, Gwen Wojtkun For over 25 years, Accessible Expressions Ohio has provided artists with disabilities the opportunity to create, exhibit and sell their art in a professional environment. This statewide, touring exhibition aims to raise awareness of all abilities by presenting art created by diverse individuals in inclusive settings.  Impact Accessible Expressions…

Meet Rebecca

An interview with Rebecca Gonzalez-Bartoli, Written by Lauren Mox, Writing Intern Rebecca Gonzalez-Bartoli is an intuitive and expressive artist in recovery from schizoaffective disorder. She relocated to Columbus in 2016. Rebecca weaves stories in her art, employing vibrant colors and whimsical themes. Her art radiates joy, often exploring the world through the perspectives of animals,…

An Intern’s Viewpoint: ReelAbilities Film Festival Columbus Kick-Off

Post by OSU Writing Intern, Lauren Mox I had the cool opportunity to attend the ReelAbilities Film Festival Columbus presented by Art Possible Ohio in partnership with Columbus State Community College Library.  ReelAbilities Film Festival Columbus is a first of its kind film festival that promotes awareness and appreciation of lives, stories and artistic expressions…

Grant Opportunity for Artists with Disabilities

Art Possible Ohio has a fantastic partnership with the Ohio Arts Council across several programs. We are especially proud of the Ohio Arts Council’s Artists with Disabilities Access Program (ADAP). ADAP provides funding that gives individual artists with disabilities and organizations that serve them the resources they need to further their artistic development. The spring…

Fashion Break

Life is really intense right now! Our 17 year old daughter looked up from her phone last night and said wistfully, “I was supposed to get my nails done for prom today.” It broke my heart a little. Her dress is hanging in its garment bag and her shoes are in my closet waiting indefinitely…

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