Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Artists with disabilities see work entering mainstream

An influential Northern California program for artists with disabilities is helping their work find its way into mainstream exhibits at prominent galleries. "It's a significant moment," said Matthew Higgs of New York's White Columns art gallery, which has shown work from an artist with autism. The Boston Globe/Associated Press

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