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The disabled artists in the exhibit use unique and creative styles of painting. Mr. Moreno, a quadriplegic, paints with his mouth, incorporating perspective and attention to textures and colors. Mr. Doyle is a working photographer taking pictures from his wheelchair. Mr. Vogel uses his wheelchair to create pleasing symmetric designs on canvas.
Throughout the jam-packed program, a clear call for collaboration and building of more housing in creative ways was a main theme that will help drive housing creation in Alhambra.
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“This exhibition underscores the principle that the struggle for social justice that has taken root in our country must incorporate everyone in society, including people living with disabilities,” said Michael Dergar, CEO of the Academy of Special Dreams.
The workshops will focus on the half mile commercial stretch of East Main Street from Chapel Avenue to the eastern city limits and will include an overview of existing market and physical conditions.
The public can join in on the fun by creating a short video of a minute or less to show why they love Alhambra. They can post the video on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #LoveAlhambra. The videos may be shared by the city on its social media platforms.
The community is invited to participate in this festival, sponsored by KAZN AM1300/KMRB AM1430 and the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce.