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The exhibition gives a voice to people with disabilities by letting them express themselves as they seek equality and to be part of society.
Two Mexican artists, two countries, one mission: Support artists with disabilities.
The exhibition features original works of art by 20 local and international artists, including artists with disabilities, who brought their unique art pieces depicting Frida Kahlo's legendary life, art, and legacy.
The October Disability Art Exhibit at Los Angeles City Hall featured Academy of Special Dreams Foundation and LIFT artists.
The Academy of Special Dreams Foundation will honor a distinguished Latino leader, Fernando De Necochea, who has worked to foster a more inclusive society and better the Latino community in the greater Los Angeles area Saturday, Oct. 20.
The Special Academy’s mission is to increase public awareness, recognition, and appreciation of the creative talents of people with disabilities by providing opportunities that encourage, promote, and showcase their artistic expressions.
The exhibition will feature original paintings and other works of visual art created by local artists with disabilities.
Experience Cuban culture and life at fine arts photographer Parvez's “Sueños Cubano” (Cuban Dreams), a never-before-seen art exhibition of Cuban life and landscapes from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Havana House Cigars & Lounge, 133 W. Main St., Alhambra.
A fundraising event for the Academy of Special Dreams will take place Thursday, Sept. 15. The Academy provides financial support and public awareness to artists in the special needs community.
The annual Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival will celebrate its 25th year and welcome in the Year of the Monkey at a new location on Valley Boulevard: from Almansor to Vega.