2020 Arts and Culture Stories

Ensuring inclusion and belonging for people with disabilities and their families in all aspects of life includes access to, and participation in, the arts and culture. From community theatre to school programs to nationally and globally recognized artists, the opportunity for everyone to contribute to and take part in this important part of our society is paramount.

There are numerous examples of celebrating and advancing inclusion and access in disability arts and culture across AUCD’s network of centers and programs in every U.S. state and territory and beyond. We hope you enjoy reading about these many creative and innovative efforts.

ArtWorks Program
at the Sonoran UCEDD at the University of Arizona,
Department of Family & Community Medicine
The National Arts and Disability Center
at the Tarjan Center at UCLA
The Program on Disability Art, Culture, and Humanities
at UIC’s Department of Disability and Human Development
The University of Idaho’s Center on Disabilities and Human Development
Leadership in the Arts at
the Institute on Disabilities, Temple University
The Institute on Disability’s bookstore at The University of New Hampshire
The Disability Collection by Verizon