Welcome to Arts and Services for Disabled
Join us for the unveiling of "Writings on the Wall", a mural honoring the city of Hawthorne
Friday, August 22nd
3827 West Rosecrans Ave
An A LOT Initiative site installation
A LOT is a city wide initiative with the City of Long Beach
With performances including: Jazz, Ballet Folklorico, drumming, theatre, clowning, visual art, and ear oriented performance. ASD's resident artists will participate with our second site installation, Family Dinner.
It will be a feast of collaboration through visual arts and the importance of inclusion in community.
September 28, 2014
Join us for an inclusive community art-making event in Long Beach!
Transform an old chair into art for our A LOT site installation, Family Dinner, taking place 9/28 at the old Acres of Books lot in downtown LB.
Stay into the late afternoon for the closing of The SNOWMAN’s melting teeth, featuring the work of artists with and without disabilities. This community event is FREE, all art supplies will be provided. We are encouraging participation by people of all ages and abilities. A yummy BBQ spread will be served!
The George V. Deneff Gallery
2:00 – 4:00pm
3626 East Pacific Coast Hwy
Long Beach, CA 90804
3:00 – 5:00pm
The Creative Health & Wellness Clinic
Fall Sessions fo children and youth
Description: The Social Group engages children and youth with autism and other disabilities to have the opportunities to practice social skills through fun and creative music sessions with their peers, sibling and family members. Family members will be able to join-in at the end of class! You and your child will have fun creatively through music, art and drama in class and even more fun learning special musical activities to share at home.
For Ages: 3-5, 6-8 & 15-17 yrs
45 minute sessions
Session Dates: Saturday, September 13th - Saturday, November 22, 2014
Time: 9:00-9:45 am (Sat) and 3:45-4:30 (Wed)
Locations: Long Beach and Hawthorne
Cost: $220 for 10 week session
Register: email@example.com or 562 982 0247
Entry Form CORE 10: Defining Ourselves, celebrating Disability Awareness and Arts Month
In its 10th year, CORE intersects with artists nationally and internationally, while continuing to expand its reach by offering key components this year. In addition to the high quality of visual arts that will be showcased, CORE 10 also include a complete evening of live performances, a panel discussion bringing together diverse voices from the arts and disability advocacy communities, and a community workshop event inviting the public to take part in an interactive arts experience. CORE continues its mission to provide space and context for artists, community members, and arts and disability advocates to build common bonds and promote visibility through a diverse arts forum.
CORE 10 will take place over 4 days in 2 of Long Beach's premier arts venues
Hellada Gallery The Found Theatre
117 Linden Ave 599 Long Beach Blvd
Long Beach, CA Long Beach, CA
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.
SUPPORT ARTS & SERVICES FOR DISABLED, INC.
Make a Contribution!
Your gift can help to make a real difference in the quality of life for people with physical and developmental disabilities.
Use the Donate button, or mail checks made out to:
Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc.
3626 E. PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY
LONG BEACH, CA 90804
Contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Tax ID #95-3658291
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.