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Outsider Art: Harnessing Color - Panel Discussion
By Jamestown Arts Center

About the Panel:

Led by artist and outsider art enthusiast Kim Pinksaw, exhibit artists and curators will be discussing the controversial term, Outsider Art, and color as an important feature in providing artists a voice to communicate their own identity and narrative.

Many of the artists will be communicating to the audience through artistic expression. The intent is to bring more awareness to the community about artists with disabilities and their creative process.

About Kim Pinksaw: Panel Facilitator, Kim Pinksaw, is an artist and certified vocational rehabilitation counselor at the Office of Rehabilitation Services in Rhode Island. Kim has been working with artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities since graduating from Parson School of Design with a BFA in Illustration and Bank Street College with a minor in Art Education in 1991. She is the founder of Out of the Box Studio and continues to be a passionate advocate for artists with disabilities.

March 02
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Jamestown Arts Center
18 Valley Street
Jamestown, Rhode Island United States
Maddie Machado