"Accessible Dreams" is more than an art object. It is community service in action. It is a sculpture that was created using wood, metal, textiles and recycled medical equipment that the artists themselves exchanged for improved apparatus to help them in their daily lives. Reflecting the complex relationship between these individuals and their assistive technology, this work serves to empower and give voice to those that our society all too often ignore.
- Art form: 3-D
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About Community Inclusive Recreation
The Mission of Community Inclusive Recreation is to provide educational, recreational, and art programs for individuals with and without disabilities. Since 1994, CIR has made it easy for people with varying abilities throughout Calhoun County to be included in their own community. The participants of CIR themselves, along with the guidance of Art Program Coordinator Stephen Edwardson, have helped concieve and create this unique community endeavor.