Art is Everybody!
Please help us make the DisArt Festival a permanent fixture in the world of arts and culture.
Thank you to everyone who helped make DisArt Festival 2015 an overwhelming success! DisArt has become known nationally and internationally for its high quality arts programming and commitment to collaboration both locally and abroad.
A committed to creating cutting-edge cultural programming meant to bring individuals and their communities together through the immense power of art and community continues….plans are already in the works for national Disability art exhibitions, year round programming, a thought-provoking symposium, and a second international DisArt Festival!
Please take a minute and donate whatever you can to the DisArt project can continue to build momentum.…Every dollar counts!
DisArt made its debut with the inaugural DisArt Festival in April 2015. Considered a grand success, this international festival attracted more than 48,700 visitors who enjoyed a variety of exhibitions, performances, and workshops centered on Disability Arts and Culture.
Mayor of Grand Rapids George Heartwell has been an energetic supporter of DisArt. Commenting on the inaugural DisArt Festival, he says “This festival continues a long tradition in this city of celebrating the important role of art and community building. DISART Festival will no doubt shine as another example of Grand Rapids’ commitment to people with disabilities, to the arts, and to creating a vibrant culture of ingenuity.”
Thank you in advance for your support!