Visiting Artist Workshops in Visual Art and Music

Center for Creative Works received a grant from the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council (PDDC) to facilitate a series of projects between CCW artists and visiting artists and musicians in the Philadelphia community. The projects provided the opportunity for the artists to not only to create art together, but to get to know one another as colleagues. 

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Artists Adam Lovitz and Ashley Wick worked with CCW artists Mary T. Bevlock, Vinetta Miller, Lydia Thompson, and Allen Yu to create a collection of short animations

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Interdisciplinary artist Lindsay Buchman worked with CCW artists Jacob Berger, Paige Donovan, Joyce Moseley, and Lillian Moseley to create a folio of risograph prints.

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Comic book artist Anna McGlynn worked with CCW artists Beth Barsky, Norman Dixon, and Tamisha Williams to create a zine

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