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Arts Access An Evening with Friends
Roundabout Art Collective
Thursday, December 3, 6:00-8:00 PM
Join us for a casual evening of inclusive art, music, food and drinks. Sneak preview of artist King Nobuyoshi Godwin's (pictured above) newest exhibit!

The event is free, but we ask you consider donating to our annual fundraising campaign. Every dollar raised during our fundraising campaign and this event will go towards creating and supporting inclusive opportunities for people with disabilities.

Call 919.833.9919 or e-mail for questions or more information.

Free webinar!

On November 19, the National Center on Accessibility will offer a free webinar: "Are Smart Devices the Smart Choice for Accessibility? Perspectives on Digital Interpretive Media." For more information and to register, click here.


The Raleigh Woman's Club will feature three adult artists with disabilities during a month-long exhibit in their lobby gallery for ArtsFest. If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please call Martha Keravouri at 919-833-0200

ArtsFest is part of the Woman's Club's annual Arts Festival. Arts Access partners with the Woman's Club of Raleigh to make this opportunity available to artists with a disability. This call-for-art is particularly inclusive to people with a disability. If you have additional accessibility questions about this exhibition opportunity contact Martha Keravuori.

Upcoming AD Performances:

The Illustionists at Durham Performing Arts Center, November 14, 8:00pm 

A Year with Frog and Toad at Raleigh Little Theatre, November 15, 5:00pm

Peter and the Starcatcher at Playmakers, November 24, 7:30pm

Once at North Carolina Theatre, December 5, 2:00pm

The Wiz at Burning Coal, December 5, 2:00pm


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