A childhood accident took her arms away but the transgender artist survived to create paintings, photography, and performances focused on depicting the body.
The inaugural Disability Futures Fellows include Carolyn Lazard, Christine Sun Kim, and Tourmaline.
Applications for the New York Foundation for the Arts grant open May 4.
The Reason I Jump immerses viewers in the experiences of those on the spectrum.
I hadn’t just needed Disabled friends. I’d needed friends who could give my experiences context and analysis.
With a terrific lead performance by Riz Ahmed, the film “Sound of Metal” bridges the deaf and hearing worlds.
A self-avowed pleasure activist, writer and professor Sami Schalk is building a project that revels in taking simple yet transformative steps towards feeling good, while rejecting ableist frameworks.
Disability rights activist Emily Ladau explains “supported storytelling.”
The documentary Her Socialist Smile reconstructs Keller from an icon of vague, feel-good platitudes to the fiercely political woman she truly was.
Artist Panteha Abareshi discusses the role of curation in museums and the crucial work of disabled artists like herself.
Grappling with his own loss of sight, Rodney Evans surveys the experiences of blind artists in Vision Portraits.
A new platform lift will provide access to the Hudson Yard structure’s upper floors, which are currently inaccessible for people with disabilities