CT Inclusive Arts
 
 

CT Inclusive Arts presents LIVE ART

Innovative, inclusive arts education to develop students into creative and compassionate future leaders.

 
 
Photo Courtesy of Martin Montgomery

Photo Courtesy of Martin Montgomery

LIVE ART was designed to dissolve barriers between youth with disabilities and typically developing students in an integrated performing and visual arts education program rooted in C.A.R.E. : a curriculum that cultivates compassion, acceptance, respect and empathy.

And while half of the youth in each LIVE ART class has a physical disability or special need, all involved participate based upon a passion for music and performing art!

LIVE ART programing culminates annually in a major public performance that also features community and nationally recognized professional artists who volunteer their time and who contribute to an unforgettable performance experience for students and for the broader community.

Bringing LIVE ART to CT!

BECOME A FOUNDING PATRON

We are grateful for gifts of any amount and are especially pleased to announce that anyone who contributes $500 or more this year will be recognized as a LIVE ART CT Founding Patron

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Our Mission

To offer students of all abilities and backgrounds in Greater Hartford an inclusive, integrated performing and visual arts education program and performance experience, rooted in a curriculum that cultivates compassion, acceptance, respect and empathy.

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Coming up!

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Live Art Dream Rehearsal, Photo by Sid Koerin

Live Art Dream Rehearsal, Photo by Sid Koerin

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23th, 6:30pm - COMMUNITY ADVISORY MEETING.

We have much exciting news as we head into 2019. Please come to hear about our recent trip to Richmond, our fundraising efforts and our new developments.

 

SPRING 2019 - INVITATION TO RICHMOND!

We are thrilled to announce that SPARC has invited up to 10 Hartford area students to participate and perform in LIVE ART FAMILY, their performance concert on June 2, 2019, in Richmond, Virginia. Follow our journey on Instagram and Facebook!

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MEET OUR TEAM

SPARC's leadership team supporting our efforts to replicate LIVE ART includes Erin Thomas-Foley, Creator of LIVE ART & Senior Director of Education; Ryan Ripperton, Executive Director; and Candace Mraz, Senior Director of Development.

 

CT Inclusive Arts LIVE ART CT Program Director is Jane Woodcox, Artistic Director, Erica LuBonta of the Complete Actor Studio. Our Steering Committee includes Susan Hoffman, Robert Reader, KC Beauregard, Jennifer Crooks Carpenter, Margie Glick and Penelope Sanborn.

 

October 2018

“We have an inspired group of supporters and community partners that are building something exciting!”

Jane Woodcox / Read Full Article

 

 
 
 
 
 

Get Involved

We need YOU to help us take the next steps to make LIVE ART CT a reality.

 

Sign Up For a Program - COMING SOON!!!!

Interested in being a participant, a student, a teacher, a production assistant?

Volunteer opportunities

We couldn’t do it without an amazing task force of volunteers.

Make a Donation

Your dollars matter. Help us change lives through a charitable donation.