Art Possible Ohio 25th Annual Accessible Expression Exhibition

Congratulations to the Oak Hills High School students whose artwork was selected for the Art Possible Ohio, formerly known as VSA OHIO, Annual Accessible Expressions Ohio Traveling Exhibition.

Kevin Kurre, Grade 9, “Four Kevins”, Best in Show AEO 21
Taylor Meier, Grade 10, “Eleven Houses”, Second Place Youth Category

What is it all about….
Art Possible Ohio is a community that connects inspired artists with their passion, service providers with resources, and all citizens with creative opportunities.

Arts Possible Ohio was founded in 1986 and works together with artists of all ages who have disabilities to advocate for accessibility and inclusivity, advance careers in the creative sector, build community, and improve the academic achievement of Ohio’s students through arts integration. By bridging arts and disability, our programs and services promote inclusive spaces and accessible opportunities for Ohioans.

Accessible Expressions Ohio is one of the most diverse art exhibits on display. It is an adjudicated, statewide exhibition and tour of sixty 2D and 3D art by Ohio artists with disabilities. Artists of any age, living in Ohio, with a disability may enter in the Youth, Emerging, or Professional categories. AEO raises awareness by presenting the show in inclusive settings designed to change perceptions about disability.

These artists join a talented group of artists representing all corners of Ohio. The art will be presented at the virtual AEO opening ceremony on March 27th and exhibited at the Springfield Museum of Art, as long as COVID guidelines permit, and travel to diverse communities across Ohio during 2021. Artwork will also be exhibited at www.artpossibleohio.org and on all three of their social media platforms, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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