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A man playing a saxophone on stage. Painting of a hand cupped around a tiny infant. Vibrantly colored painting of geometric renderings of faces. A woman sculpting a bust out of clay. Close-up of a painting of a human eye in shades of black, red and orange. A woman performing in a play on stage. A young boy smiling at a hand puppet. An exuberant group of participants in the Actual Lives program. A young boy participating in the Arts Alive program. Painting with white and blue hair-like strokes on a background of deep turquoise. Man in a wheelchair viewing artwork in a gallery. Blind artist standing in front of his work. Group of women performing with colored scarves. Man speaking into a microphone with open captioning on a large screen behind him. Group of young students playing a musical game with the teacher.

Artists - Calls for Art

All About Art at Moss Rehab Call for Entries

Deadline: December 27, 2017

This exhibit features art and fine crafts by artists with physical, cognitive, hearing, and visual disabilities. All media welcome. Jewelry and fine crafts strongly encouraged. No entry fee. For details visit https://www.mossrehab.com/all-about-art.

Artlifting

Deadline: Ongoing

ArtLifting is a national marketing and art consultancy that works with artists from diverse communities and backgrounds often facing shared challenges around stigma, barriers to vocational success, or a history of marginalization. We currently work with artists impacted by homelessness, disability, or the effects of physical or emotional injuries as veterans or refugees in the U.S. We focus on creating financial empowerment for our artists by connecting their artwork to corporate sales and licensing opportunities. You will receive 55% of the profits from any sale of your work. To learn more visit www.ArtLifting.com, you can find our online application here.

The Deaf Poets Society

Deadline: Ongoing

This online journal of disability literature and art is seeking submissions to publish work by writers and artists with disabilities. This includes poetry, prose, cross-genre work, book reviews, and artwork. See details at www.deafpoetssociety.com.

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