Celebrating Disability Pride!
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Learn for Life in COLOR
Celebrate Disability Pride Month this July with artists and musicians at the San Diego Able ARTS Work Day Program!
6 Notable Black Artists in History
February is Black History Month. Before the month comes to an end we want to celebrate black artists of note through the centuries.
Perspectives of a Music Therapy Intern: Danielle Miyazaki Edition
My name is Danielle Miyazaki, and I am the Fall 2021 Music Therapy Intern at Able ARTS Work's EPI Center.
The Artist Behind the Bear: E. H. Shepard
Today on Winnie the Pooh Day meet Ernest Howard Shepard, English artist and illustrator of our beloved Bear.
Person-First and Identity-First Inclusive Language
In the disability community there is strong discussion of the merits between using person-first and identity-first language.
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.
Reflecting on My Virtual Music Therapy Internship
I’m a music therapy intern at Able ARTS Work. I’d like to share about my experience, memorable moments, and feelings.
Q&A with an Art Therapist
Board-Certified Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Katie Prodanovich, answers 13 questions about Art Therapy.
Artist Highlight: Hannah
My name is Hannah and I love movies. Although I cannot talk with my words, I am very expressive in other ways.
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.
Reflection on "Cultural Paper Mache Masks" Workshops
Paper mache is a fun, engaging media for art making. Join us for this reflection of our three-part mask-making series reflecting on identity
Tips for Art Making with Tactile Aversion
Art is for everyone, although we can all encounter barriers or aversions to certain types of art and materials.
What is Paper Mâché? A deeper dive than your typical DIY Balloon Piñata
Paper Mache is derived from the French term “Papier-mâché”, the literal translation of which is “chewed paper”.
Human Spirit is Influenced by and Expressed through Music
Music Therapy can lead to reduction of anxiety, depression due to isolation and other factors and can improve mood.