CitySpace Exhibit to Display Work from Disabled Artists
A unique art exhibit is opening Friday night with a free reception for the public at Charlottesville's CitySpace gallery. It's a celebration of Charlottesville and Albemarle artists who have various disabilities.
Victoria Long, communications director of the Piedmont Council for the Arts, says the exhibit shows everyone has something to share with the community.
"There is something freeing and wonderful about being able to make art and it's another way to communicate when maybe you have trouble communicating in certain ways," Long said.
Artists from the International Organization on Arts and Disability will be at the event.
Friday's reception begins at 5:30 p.m. The exhibit will run until July 25.
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