I first met journalist Stephanie Wright Hession a few years ago when she interviewed NIAD’s Jon Fukui. He loved the experience and her genuine interest in his work. And I loved that about her! So, we’re honored to have Stephanie on board as this week’s organizer.
Join American Documentary/POV and NIAD Art Center for a little “Holiday Movie Magic” with a free screening of Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman’s “Art And Craft.”
Yes, we’re delighted to announce the latest solo exhibition of Shana Harper! If you’re in the East Bay, or planning to be, you should definitely visit the show. “Shana Harper” is a selection of more than a nine prints from the NIAD artist’s floral print portfolio. Also on view is Shana’s amazing printed-quilt.
You know we make amazing work at the Art Center. So, we are packing the gallery full of drawing from most of our artists. All work in Deck The Walls will be only $40. At a price like this, you’ll be able to cross off most everyone on your holiday shopping list and grab lots […]
Our visual art program promotes meaningful independent living by artists with disabilities—while they redefine contemporary art. You should stop by our unique open studio environment and four galleries. You’ll definitely see something you like.
While not all of our artists receive wide-spread recognition for their practice, all gain a sense of pride from learning a craft and profession of their own. Our artists work hard at creating. We’re proud of what they do, so we work hard to sell their work.
NIAD Art Center is a lively non-profit and is supported in part by local and national foundations, businesses and individuals (like you.) We could use your support in whatever way you can afford. And you know we’ll appreciate your gift. So, thanks, in advance.