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Now Extended Into July 2019: The Artists of Little City's Center For The Arts
Jeff Aikin
Leo Bourdage
Jeff Burke
Tarik Echols
Joe Flasch
Harold Jeffries
Brian Kaplan
John King
Angelo LaPietra
Julia Mondaine
Ed Schoppa
Bobbie Waller

From a program that used cable television as a teaching tool for people with disabilities, creating programs that won prestigious regional and national awards, the program grew to a “best practice” model, one that is recognized nationally and by which others measure their achievement.

Each day, professional artists acting as facilitators encourage artists to expand their reach and skills, resulting in art that transcends the disability of the artists who created it. Artists who cannot see, artists who do not speak, and even artists who do not recognize the presence of others around them, are the painters, sculptors, and designers at Little City who exhibit and sell their work competitively with others who do not face the same challenges. Little City Foundation strongly believes in empowering people with disabilities – to give them the education, training, skills and encouragement that enable them to reach beyond their current capabilities and become all that they could be. Part of how the agency does this is through the professional handling, display and exhibition of the artwork created by Little City artists.

For price information, click here (PDF). To inquire about purchasing artwork, please contact Frank Tumino, Little City Center for the Arts Administrator, at 847-221-7161, or email him at ftumino@littlecity.org. The artwork can be shipped or delivered