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A NEW EXHIBIT AT THE GEORGE V. DENEFF GALLERY
The Age of Aquarius signifies a period of wisdom, humanitarianism and world peace. It is a millennium marked by compassion in the way that we see and interact with the natural world and every human being. This exhibit explores these fundamental principles through the visual arts.
The Age of Aquarius is curated by Elisa de la Peña
Join us for Opening Night
December 20, 2013 from 6-8pm
3626 E. PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY LONG BEACH, CA 90804
Thank you to The National Endowment for the Arts, The Biem Foundation and The Arts Council for Long Beach for supporting the work of artists with disabilities through exhibitions
This event is FREE
Art, music, refreshments, wheelchair accessible
Exhibition runs through March 14, 2014
Arts & Services for Disabled's
In looking back, we have served over 500 individuals in our day programs and over 4,000 people annually with disabilities in our community. Over 100,000+ have participated in our exhibits, events, performances and social affairs.
Thank you friends, for your support and continual embrace. We will continue to provide quality and innovative services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities while always staying true to our mission and motto of "Love Before Learning".
Consider contributing today to make a difference in the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc.
3626 E. PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY
LONG BEACH, CA 90804
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Take some time to listen to the newest ABH Radio Podcast: Nature in the City, produced by ASD's very own Music Therapy Intern: Rebecca Lee.
ABH Radio is ASD students and staff working together to create the most innovative storytelling, music and audio art.
BUY AN ARTBEAT FOR HUMANITY DRUM TODAY!
Purchase a hand painted buffalo drum painted by a ASD student.
ArtBeat for Humanity is a unique collaboration and partnership project between REMO, Inc. and Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc., promoting:
· Social enterprise, defined as any non-profit, for-profit or hybrid corporate form that utilizes market-based strategies to advance a social mission and values
· Social entrepreneurship describes pioneering individuals who generate innovations that benefit humanity and create a business model of positive impact
· Social inclusion for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
This project is in partnership with Remo Belli of Remo Inc.
STOMP - MAY 2014