A rectangle with a purple background. In the bottom left in white text, “Inclusive Arts Vermont Presents: CYCLES. An exhibition of work by Vermont artists with disabilities. Traveling statewide 2024.” Emanating out from the text is a spiral of circles. The spiral comes across the bottom right of the picture, up the right side, around the top, and spirals inward into the center. Each circle is filled with artwork from the exhibition. Artwork depictions include monarch butterflies, a mandala of wolves, an abstract painting, tree roots, bison, a phoenix, colorful circles, a colorful black hole, figures diving into water, and screen-printed flowers. Image credits: Dominick Gabrielsen, Willow Bascom, Kit Arlo, Lissa Nilsson, Eva Seyller, Karen Lloyd, Sarah Metcalf, Aurora Berger, Leah Schulz, and Jodi Whalen.
Cycles: an exhibit of Vermont artists with disabilities

All Souls is honored to present an exhibit of 25 Vermont artists with disabilities, in partnership with Inclusive Arts Vermont. The theme, CYCLES,  emerged from community input and the artwork expresses cycles of nature, of the body, mind, and spirit, as well as experiences of repetition, circular shapes, and more. The exhibition is on view through August 31, on Sundays from 9:30 am to noon, and by appointment, An artists’ reception will be held on Saturday, June 22, 3 – 5 pm, and other online artist talks and workshops are also planned.

The CYCLES exhibition is more than art on the wall. Accessibility is an integral part of the show. The venue is physically accessible, and the art and artists can be experienced remotely in the online tour. There are multiple ways to interact with CYCLES!

 

Each of the 27 pieces in CYCLES has verbal descriptions. Tactile representations and elements accompany selected works. Materials are available in multiple formats. These include print, large print, Braille, audio tour, and digital formats. Opening receptions will have ASL and sensory items and a quiet room.  Additional access requests can be made to Heidi Swevens at (802) 556-3668 or .

Online Accessibility

The art in this exhibit can be experienced remotely in the CYCLES Audio Tour

We invite you to sign the Digital Guest Book.

There are also links to exhibition documents.  Click here for digital copies of the artist’s biographies & statements and verbal descriptions of the artwork.

 

 

 

 

 

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