A.J Brown – Disability and Art

Event Details

North Vancouver

We wish to inform you about our next Disabled Community Connection Network
(DCCN) session. DCCN is a monthly communication and information group for
people of all ages (16+) with any disability. This group is supported by
the North Shore Disability Resource Centre.

The next group is April 18th 4-6.. The session will now be held at The
North Shore Disability Resource Centre 3158 Mountain Highway. North Shore
Disability Resource Centre is an accessible space, please let us know of
any other accessibility requirements you might have in advance of the

A.J. Brown is a Deaf self-taught artist. She mostly works within
watercolour, ink, and other mediums. Creating is A.J.’s way to express
her soul-voice in a way to which others can hear and respond. Art is A.J.
Brown’s way to freedom, and spirituality. Since 2002, her work has been
exhibited in several galleries, including: the CityScape Art Space, the
Artists Helping Artists in Burnaby, and a Deaf art show at the Vancouver
Community College.

Heather Korlak is a Teacher and Expressive Arts Therapist. As an Expressive
Arts Therapist, she works primarily with children to explore their
imagination and express their ideas. Heather has worked with varying levels
of disability and experience. She believes strongly that all people, no
matter age or abilities, benefit from the power of expression and art.
Currently, Heather is teaching Art at an Independent School and has a
private Expressive Arts Therapy practice. Heather Korlak will help us run a
short art session.

ASL Interpretation and light refreshments provided! Please let us know of
any accommodations and dietary needs you require.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The DCCN will now have a registration limit of 15. Email
laur.stinson@gmail.com or call 604-904-4088 to register. 


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