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Collaborating with art organizations and partnering with artists with disabilities we help strengthen their art practice by celebrating and promoting artists’ work and providing inclusive space so they may expand their profession and fulfill valued roles in their communities of choice.

The Call for Artists Submissions for 2022 will be posted in the fall of 2021.

GENERAL CALL FOR ARTISTS: Fill out the form to be included in our general call for artists. Your information will be included in an artists' directory for possible future exhibitions and projects.  

STAY CONNECTED: Fill out the form if you wish to add your contact information to the Art for All directory to receive updates.

Are you an artist? Join our general Call for Artists to participate in future art shows. Click on CALL FOR ARTISTS link above.

Listen to MPR News interview "Art for All show aims to challenge and include"

 Next Show Opens on Nov. 1

Featuring artists, Lena Osman, Derek Ouradnik, Tina Parry, and Nate Woodard the next Art for All art show will open at the new Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain (MIDB) building; the new home for ICI. 

MSS - Fresh Eye Gallery

Thank you MSS and Fresh Eye Gallery for supporting Nate Woodard. 


  • "cliffs are poet(z)", featuring 8 artists ran from 7/15-8/28 at the Northrup King Building.
  • Sun. July 24, St. Paul Pioneer Press mentions "cliffs are poet(z)" show in a write-up about artist Lindsey Moreland
  • Wed. July 14, MPR News aired an interview with Art for All. Listen to "Art for All show aims to challenge and include
  • Donna Ray kicked off her solo exhibition with an artist talk on April 1, 2021. See the video at her Virtual Art Show
  • Art for All visited the art students Buffalo High School on March 26 and interviewed Jon Holtz-art teacher, Carrie Schmitt-special ed teacher,  Justas Emery-student and Mackay Warner-student
  • On February 19, featuring artist, Donna Ray, and program manager, Nik Fernholz presented to Buffalo High School students the history of artists with disabilities and the steps blind artists make to create art