Blog Category: Art

Meet AJ Vanderelli, Accessible Expressions Ohio Judge

AJ Vanderelli is a longtime friend and advocate for Art Possible Ohio. She is also incredibly cool and kind and a formidable opponent in the Artist Wrestling League. Megan interviewed her as a part of our series of posts about Accessible Expressions Ohio. Who are you/What do you do?  Aj Vanderelli. I am an artist,…

Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism

Art Possible Ohio’s mission is to work with artists of all ages who have disabilities, to make arts and cultural experiences more accessible and inclusive. We strongly recognize the intersectionality of race and disability. We believe that racism is a public health crisis that deeply intersects with our mission. We are an anti-racist organization, and we…

Accessible Expressions Ohio 2020 Winners

The Accessible Expressions Ohio 2020 Online Exhibition has been a success in every way imaginable. Out of 120 entries, 62 selected pieces stole our hearts through their originality, creativity, poignancy, darkness, lightness, joy, and sorrow. Of the 62, ten were selected as first, second, or third place winners in the categories of youth artist, emerging…

Meet Shelbi Harris, Accessible Expressions Ohio 2020 Adjudicator

Shelbi T. Harris-Roseboro is a seasoned professional with more than a decade of experience as both an entrepreneur and exhibiting artist. Shelbi is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts and Graphic Design and then went on to earn her Masters in Public Administration from Valdosta State University….

Miss Jacquie’s All Abilities Dance Class Lesson 3

Jacquie Sochacki-Pittman is a teaching artist at New Albany schools. She is a dance researcher, choreographer and educator currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in Dance Studies at The Ohio State University. She has created online lessons to keep her students moving. Click here to visit Jacquie’s website. This 25 minute dance class is done…

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