Finding myself in color

Finding Myself In Color: Avery Hunter Opening Reception

Blythe Brenden-Mann Community Center at MIDB | 2025 E. River Road, Minneapolis

Join us on July 7 at 4:00 p.m. for an artist talk by Avery Hunter as the Institute for Community Integration celebrates disability pride, along with pride in other identities. Hunter will present to us on living with multiple identities and the intersection of art with a Q&A afterward. The opening reception follows from 5:00p - 7:00p.

Art for All Exhibition:  July 7-Sept 9
Gallery open to the public most Tuesdays from 1:00-6:00. See website before visiting for changes.

“People have said to me they don’t think I look autistic, or that I don’t seem like someone who has hallucinations,” said Hunter, who grew up in England and came to Minnesota as a young adult. “I want people to see that there are struggles beyond what people can see, and to know there are so many aspects to identity beyond disability.”

Are You an Artist?

Our doors are open to inviting artists to participate in future shows. If you are an artist or know of someone who is looking for an opportunity to be part of an art exhibition email Program Manager Nik Fernholz at [email protected].

Consider giving. Art for All is a non-commissioned-based organization working with artists with disabilities to showcase their work in the broader art community. All proceeds go to the artists.