“Don't pursue a career in the Arts unless you love the Arts truly, madly, deeply. And do not have any delusions about what awaits you both in educational settings, and in the job market. …If you think you're gonna get a break because you have a disability, think again. …You better be the best you can be at what you do, and do not allow yourself to use your disability as an excuse NOT to work continually and consistently towards total professionalism and high standards of quality.”
-- Jaehn Clare, professional theatre artist, from "A Career as an Artist Ain't an Easy Row to Hoe," keynote address for The Art of Employment: Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities on March 25 & 26, 2002 at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN.
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"When I first got diagnosed with a form of autism, there wasn't much to read about the condition and there was even less about how to live with it," says the Indianapolis author.Learn More
Individual artists of all disciplines can apply for up to $3,000 in Arts in the Parks bicentennial project funding. Hoosiers with disabilities may choose to apply in the Artist Access category.Learn More
A free webinar on July 21st, with an emphasis on the fundamentals and big ideas. Sponsored by the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ VSA & Accessibility Office.Learn More