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Art-Reach is a Delaware Valley nonprofit cultural service organization that helps underserved audiences to experience arts and cultural programming and that serves as a community resource by increasing accessibility to cultural venues and events. Founded in 1986, Art-Reach annually partners with over 100 human service agencies and schools and over 125 cultural organizations to make the arts more accessible to people with disabilities and economic disadvantages. Through Art-Reach programs each year, over 15,000 people of all ages, economic backgrounds and abilities are able to experience the richness of the arts.

In conjunction with its 20th Anniversary, Art-Reach partnered with EKG to complement its existing programming by offering clients the opportunity to participate in hands-on workshops with local artists. Over 75 participants explored their creativity through a variety of artistic mediums including: photography, ceramics, drawing, bookmaking and sculpture.

The Doe Fund's Ready, Willing & Able program provides a holistic, structured environment in which homeless men and women can restore their self-esteem and regain power over their lives by becoming self-sufficient and productive members of society.
St. Mary Interparochial School is a K-8 school that serves young people throughout Philadelphia. Barber National Institute is a multi-faceted facility that provides education, services and support to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Bancroft NeuroHealth provides a spectrum of individualized services for children and adults with neurological and related disabilities to help them achieve greater independence and fulfillment in their lives, while improving their function, activity and participation in society. Evangelical Manor serves as a new model for retirement communities by focusing on enhancing the mind, body, and spirit at each stage of aging. Overbrook School for the Blind provides education and many special services and activities to children who are blind or visually impaired. Buy a paper from

This exhibition was made possible by the generous support of the Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation, Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial Foundation of the Philadelphia Foundation, Hirsig Family Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation, Lida Foundation, Phoebe W. Haas Charitable Trust, Rittenhouse Foundation and the Wachovia Foundation.

The Esther M. Klein Art Gallery hours:
9:00am - 5:00pm

Free to Public/Wheelchair Access