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News & Events

Photo of Mosaic Side Table made by Indianapolis artist Gina Soo Golden

partial view of Mosaic Side Table made by Gina Soo Golden

What's New? What's Happening? We're glad you're curious. Along with ArtsWORK Indiana sponsored meetings, find event announcements for art career skills workshops, exhibitions and performances by artists with and without disabilities, and more. News items are selected to keep you updated on art career issues as well as developments related to ArtsWORK Indiana.

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How Byron Smith Schooled the Educators

Byron was the first blind student to attend elementary school in Bloomington. He went on to a career in radio broadcasting at Indiana University.

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Indianapolis Painter of Deaf Themes Puts Down His Brush

Warren Miller’s bold and vibrantly colored images on themes of deaf culture, experience, and history have been featured on "Switched at Birth" and in Deaf Life magazine.

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Lawrence Carter-Long on the Media, Arts, and Disability

New digital formats are allowing artists with disabilities to bypass the traditional cultural gatekeepers, says Carter-Long. "We're seeing a change in the types of stories that are being told."

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