Arts & Services Celebrates 30 Year Anniversary with Exhibit Opening
2012-08-03 · By Editor
Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc. (ASD) celebrates their thirty-year anniversary with an opening reception for See Through, a collaborative art exhibition.
Since the program first opened in August of 1982, ASD has served over five hundred individuals in their day programs and over four thousand people annually with disabilities in the community. Their programs utilize the creative art therapies in order to better the skills of individuals and create a more inclusive community life. ASD promotes community integration of individuals with disabilities through volunteering, art exhibits and related businesses, as well as engaging in cultural events. ASD continues to provide quality and innovative services while staying true to their mission and motto of “Love Before Learning.”
To showcase the skills of the ASD artists, See Through will feature mixed media works that explore deconstructed artwork through a translucent exterior. This exhibit will display experimentation of the light, the open, and the raw type of art. ASD invites you to see the flaws and mistakes that culture tries to hide. Enjoy the truth displayed in See Through that is curated by Art Instructor, Eileen Arcos.
Please join us as we celebrate our thirty-year anniversary in conjunction with the opening of See Through on Thursday, August 23rd from 6pm-8pm. This free event will be held at the George V. Deneff Gallery on 3626 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90804. This event will also be ADA accessible.
For additional information call (562) 982-0252, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.