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Arts and Culture
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Arts & Culture
An inclusive dance company which brings together artists with and without disabilities to explore the endless creative possibilities in difference
An art studio collective where individuals of all abilities and skill levels are encouraged to come together to make art of all kinds. AHA provides artists with studio space, affordable materials, and the opportunity to pursue their aspirations concerning artistic expression.
A free program dedicated to children and youth with disabilities. It provides them with the opportunity to express themselves through various therapeutic artistic mediums. Drop-ins, family members, and caregivers are welcome!
The Cool Arts Society is a non-profit charitable organization in Kelowna that is dedicated to providing art opportunities to adults with developmental disabilities
Offers customized theatre experiences for youth with disabilities; enhancing confidence and self-awareness, inspiration and joy
The DATT serves as a resource and guide to increase innovative collaborations between professional theatre companies and deaf artists as well as to increase engagement with deaf audiences
ET Music Therapy is based on one principle: music is one of the most motivating and effective mediums for building strong connections with individuals with diverse needs. Serving early intervention to adolescents and adults.
Gallery Gachet is an artist-run centre located in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Gallery Gachet is a collectively-run exhibition and studio space built to empower participants as artists, administrators, and curators
Kickstart supports and promotes artists with disabilities. This can mean everything from facilitating a disability art group, to bringing an international film to Vancouver, to presenting art exhibitions and concerts.
Promotes excellence in music therapy practice, research, education and development, to further the awareness of music therapy in BC and across Canada
Focuses on bringing nontraditional artists, including artists with disabilities, to the forefront
Pottery Works is a collection of artists overcoming their disabilities through art. Pottery Works offers special classes, workshops, and events, and provides studio space for disabled artists to work on their original works, including paintings, pottery, jewelry, and more.
Realwheels creates and produces performances that deepen the understanding of the disability experience. Stories are told in which disability itself is not the focus of conflict, but rather forms the landscape upon which universal issues are debated onstage.
A group of actors with developmental disabilities who create live theatre productions, produce video shorts, and participate in film festivals
Pioneers inclusive opportunities for artists of all abilities to develop performance skills and collaborate in the production of theatrical works. All of Theatre Terrific’s classes, workshops, community, and professional productions are made up of people of all colors, abilities, genders, and backgrounds.
Supports and promote musicians with disabilities, offering learning experiences for everyone from beginners to the advanced, as well as providing recording and performing opportunities
Makes dance available across age, gender, and ability. VICTORY endeavors to use the power of dance as a therapeutic medium to bring joy to individuals with special needs.
VocalEye helps theatre companies and other arts organizations make their productions and events more accessible to blind or partially sighted members through live description, education, outreach and other services
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