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Undercover Genius: The Creative Lives of Artists with Disabilities

July 12 - September 15, 2013

Venue
Petaluma Arts Center

Location
Petaluma, CA

Warren by Gerald Wiggins © 2013 Creativity Explored. Ceramic, 7 x 5 x2.5 inches.

The group exhibit Undercover Genius: The Creative Lives of Artists with Disabilities at the Petaluma Arts Center features a wide variety of dynamic art from artists attending the creative programs at Creativity Explored, Cedars of Marin in Ross, the NIAD Art Center in Richmond, and Creative Growth in Oakland. Artists from Creativity Explored include James Miles and Gerald Wiggins.

Curators Janet Moore and Geri Olson also selected art from two Petaluma studios (Alchemia and The Open Studio at OADS and Becoming Independent in Santa Rosa) as well as individual artists Zoe Petersen and Monique Harris. Works include painting, sculpture, ceramics, fiber art, prints, and mixed media.

In conjunction with Undercover Genius, the Petaluma Arts Center will host various activities for the public, led by artists with disabilities, in an atmosphere of inclusiveness. Docent tours are available for groups. Click here for more information on the exhibit and public programs.

Opening Reception
Saturday, July 13, 2013
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Petaluma Arts Center
230 Lakeville Street
Petaluma, CA  94952

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