'Dreams' Exhibit Showcases Work Created Through UA Outreach Program
Artworks portraying the wishes and life goals of 29 artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities are being exhibited through ArtWorks, an outreach program at the Department of Family and Community Medicine.
The collaborative exhibit, titled "Dreams," is on display at the Mary T. Paulin Gallery, 1509 E. Helen St., through July 26. The exhibit also includes works by six artists from the Hozhoni Gallery in Flagstaff. The gallery is operated by the Hozhoni Foundation, which provides services for people with disabilities.
ArtWorks is an outreach program within the Sonoran Center for Excellence in Disabilities, which is part of the Department of Family and Community Medicine. The program promotes community and mutual learning through creative and expressive arts interactions between adults with disabilities and UA students.
Read more about the exhibit on UA@Work.