Art For All

Art for All: Celebrating the Stephanie Evelo Fund for Art Inclusion

April 23, 2021

This project of the University of Minnesota's Institute on Community Integration, recognizes, celebrates, and promotes the work of Minnesota artists with disabilities. Through curated exhibitions in Pattee Hall and select locations in the Twin Cities, Art for All provides artists the opportunity to display, discuss, and sell their work.

The fund was established by Sheryl and David Evelo in partnership with the Institute to remember their daughter Stephanie (1969–2012), a gifted artist and dedicated Institute employee and colleague. The fund currently supports the Stephanie Award, which is given to one artist per exhibit in Pattee Hall, as well as to purchase artwork for the Evelo Art Collection, a permanent collection of works by artists with disabilities on display in Pattee Hall, the Institute's primary building on the Mineapolis campus of the University of Minnesota. Read more about Art for All: The Stephanie Evelo Fund for Art Inclusion.

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