Art & Ability

July 2007
PN;Jul2007, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p62
Trade Publication
The article reports on the art exhibit sponsorship of Mayo Clinic Department of Physical and Rehabilitation in Rochester, Minnesota. According to the report, it is part of the celebration of National Rehabilitation Week. Organizers of the exhibit has invited professional and amateur visual artists with disabilities to submit their artwork for the event. Paintings, drawings, photography and three-dimensional works were awaited to be exhibited.


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