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Celebrating a Vision: Art and Disability

March 12 - December 4, 2016

Venue
SFO Museum

Location
San Francisco Airport Terminal 3 Departures - Level 2 - Post-Security


Creativity Explored artwork on view at the SFO Museum.

Celebrating a Vision: Art and Disability on view at the SFO Museum March 12 through December 4, 2016 highlights Florence Ludins-Katz and Elias Katz, the founders of Creativity Explored, Creative Growth Art Center, and NIAD. The exhibition is composed of eight artists from each of the three organizations and features artwork ranging from paintings, drawings, and ceramic sculpture to textile art, collage, and assemblage. Together, the artwork demonstrates the extraordinary creativity of its makers and confirms the Katzes’ belief in art as an essential and enriching activity.

Participating Creativity Explored artists include: Pablo Calderon, Peter Cordova, Daniel Green, John Patrick McKenzie, Mirian Munguia, José Nuñez, Nubia Ortega, and Gerald Wiggins.

SFO MUSEUM
San Francisco Airport Terminal 3
Departures - Level 2 - Post-Security

 

 

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