Quickest Flip: a Project and Magazine for Inclusivity in the Arts
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Quickest Flip is an online magazine and showcase focused on inclusivity in the arts.
Honoring National Disability Awareness Month
Last month, Artbeat Radio and ART Center’s marketing class interviewed resident artists in honor of National Disabilities Awareness Month.
Q & A with Los Angeles Fiber Artist: Aneesa Shami Zizzo
Aneesa joins us to share her journey as an artist and more about her inspiration.
Celebrating Disability Pride!
Celebrate Disability Pride Month this July with artists and musicians at the San Diego Able ARTS Work Day Program!
Talking Art with Marka Burns, Part Two: As a Career
Part-Two of an Interview with Marka Burns. We discuss her career as an artist, educator, and president of the Long Beach Creative Group.
Talking Art with Marka Burns, Part One: in the Community
We had the chance to meet with Marka Burns, president of the Long Beach Creative Group, a non-profit community-based organization. Marka...
Autistic and Proud!: Interview with Artist Stephanie J. Monis
Stephanie J. Monis joined us during Autism Acceptance Month and shared her artistic journey and goals for the future.
Accessible Design and Advocacy: Q&A with Jessica Oddi
Canadian Disabled Designer and Advocate, Jessica Oddi, answers questions about her career, inspiration, and personal journey.
Q&A with Board-Certified Music Therapists
Happy World Music Therapy Day! Able ARTS Work Board-Certified Music Therapists answered thirteen questions about being a Music Therapist.
ArtBeat Radio: Identity, Part Two
Join ArtBeat Radio in part two of a discussion about "Identity", focussing on person-first and identity-first language.
ArtBeat Radio: Identity, Part One
Able ARTS Work's ArtBeat Radio Podcast discusses "Identity, and what that means to them. Listen to the podcast and read the transcript.
Rewriting the Narrative with Sarah Tuberty, Part Two: Through Creativity
Learn about Sarah Tuberty, OTD, OTR/L and her engagement with disability stigma through her creativity in part two of this interview.
Rewriting the Narrative with Sarah Tuberty, Part One: Within Ourselves
Learn about Sarah Tuberty, OTD, OTR/L, and her engagement with stigma through her professional, personal, and creative life.
Q&A with an Art Therapist
Board-Certified Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Katie Prodanovich, answers 13 questions about Art Therapy.
Drawings, Monsters, Graphic Novels: Interview with Artist Summer Mariotta
Resident Artist Summer Mariotta discusses her art, her dreams, and her love of horror, monsters, and graphic novels.
Disability Pride Month: DJ PJ Exclusive
In recognition of July being Disability Pride Month, DJ PJ joined us for an interview to discuss himself, his art, and his journey.