We draw on volunteers, artists, and arts educators and give them unique access to our inclusive arts facilitation techniques.
Every year, we welcome community artists to lead workshops for H’art artists and to support diverse groups of people in the arts. We draw from a pool of advanced volunteers, visiting artists, and local arts educators and offer them unique access to our inclusive arts facilitation techniques through our MixAbilities Inclusive Arts Training program.
Meet some of the amazing people in H’art’s pool of community artists:
HAAP! Coordinator, Instructor – Dance
Textiles, Costume Designer
HAAP! Instructor – Seated Dance
Visiting Artist, HAAP Instructor
Melissa Mahady Wilton
Yessica Rivera Belsham
Kathi Toth Switzer
MixAbilities is our six-module training program designed to enhance access to the arts by ensuring artists and educators are trained to effectively and empathetically support participants who are Deaf and those with disabilities.
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We are always looking to meet people with experience in arts or arts education and with a passion for breaking down barriers to the arts. Contact us today!
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