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Calls to Artists From CaFE™

There’s something for everyone in this collection of calls. From ecofeminism to environmental and sustainability themes, public art and car culture, we see calls for photography, painting, sculpture and more open to artists with disabilities, women, photographers, emerging artists, plein air artists, African Americans, creators of activist art, public art and more! Check them out to see if any will be suitable for your work.

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Art Talk with Anita Hollander

November 7, 2011 By Paulette Beete Anita Hollander, actress/singer & National Chair of AFTRA & SAG Performers with Disabilities. Photo by Kia Michelle Benbow “While art is more important to me than disability, it is the roles I’ve played which illuminated the human condition via disability that seem to be the most significant experiences for […]

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“Art is not about creating a masterpiece, it’s about painting together a brighter life.”

"Tree of Life," by Mieke Ryneal

Join us at Veranda Park, 1641 Veranda Park Dr. in Medford for an art show/benefit auction and reception July 22nd from 7 PM – 9 PM; wine and appetizers will be served, there will be live music and admission is free. New work by 40 youth from the CAC mentoring programs will be featured.

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