Art & life can deliver a beautiful intersection of inclusivity and joy. ALSO’s Community Arts programs have continued to gain momentum and high value in the communities they are part of. Our signature program in Troutdale that was founded in 1997 has been a flagship model on how to bring together the power of community to help us with those we support. The creative expression demonstrated by individuals experiencing disabilities never ceases to amaze us. The work brings a whole new dimension to empowerment and confidence not to mention the huge contributions to the communities they embrace.
ALSO Arts is a community arts program, studio, and gallery located in Troutdale, Oregon. It is a foundation and pillar of ALSO’s programs and services committed to the full inclusion of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. We believe in providing accessible art opportunities, training, expression, and production.
Our ALSO Community Arts program is a simple but powerful way to make art inclusive to all – including people experiencing disabilities. It’s a simple program that facilitates creativity by mentoring and offering a art studio environment that fosters inspiration for our blooming artist. We look forward to sharing our accessible creative studio space and gallery featuring our artists in the rotating gallery exhibits and during Troutdale’s First Friday.
Come join us from 5pm – 8pm at Troutdale First Friday, Inside Edition:
305 East Columbia River Hwy, Troutdale, Oregon
Reach out to Chaz Volavka via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (503) 758-8576. We are located at 305 East Columbia River Hwy. in Troutdale, Oregon.
The mission of this gallery is to promote art and artists in the local community. All artists are challenged to create from their heart. That is what makes this gallery so very special. It has tremendous heart.
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