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Black History Month Featured Artists

Meet Xavier Sledge Please say who you are, what you do (career and artists career wise if you have multiple jobs), and how many years have you been in the Accessible Expressions Ohio show? I am Xavier and I am a college student that likes to paint colorful backgrounds, LeBron James, buildings and whatever I…

Art Speaks: From Advocacy to Opportunity

Guest Post by 2022 AEO People’s Choice Award Winner Alicia M. Hopkins. View Alicia’s biography on Ohio artist registry by clicking here. Alicia was also recently chosen be part of Disabled Women Making History (and Art): Celebration of the 23rd Anniversary of the Olmstead Decision at the Toledo Museum of Art. Art speaks for me…

2021 Accessible Expressions Ohio at the Springfield Museum of Art

2021 was a big year for Accessible Expressions Ohio and Art Possible Ohio. For the first time since it began in 1996, Accessible Expression Ohio had its opening exhibition in an accredited art museum outside of central Ohio. The show was installed at the Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, Ohio from March 27th, 2021…

Accessible Expressions Ohio in Nelsonville, Ohio

Accessible Expressions Ohio is currently featured at Paper Circle Gallery in Nelsonville, Ohio. Click here to check out a write up in the Athens Messenger.

Welcome Mikayla!

Art Possible Ohio is thrilled to welcome Mikayla Moore to the team. Mikayla is a fourth-year senior at The Ohio State University majoring in Arts Management with minors in Nonprofit Management and Music, Media, & Enterprise. Hailing from Mississippi and Indiana, she has always participated and advocated for the arts. Her particular passion is the…

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