The Fourth Annual Disability Culture Cabaret

October, 5th, 2012
6:30 PM
Access Living
115 West Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL

Featured Artists
Pennie Brinson
David Jones
Mathew Ramirez
Gary Arnold
Mike Ervin

With Los Angeles guest performer Ann Stocking

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/137881663025058/

Personal Assistants , Narrative Description and Sign Language Interpreters will be provided

Presented By:
Access Living
Bodies of Work: A Network of Disability Arts and Culture
Department of Disability and Human Development at University of Illinois at Chicago

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, and support from The Chicago Community Trust and CityArts Grant

Website: http://www.bodiesofworkchicago.org/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BodiesOfWork
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/BodiesOfWork

Victory Gardens CripSlam Presents:

Breakdown Service 

(Tales of a Reluctant Superstar)

Written and Performed by Ann Colby Stocking
When film and television producers want the hottest women in town, what’s a 4’10” actress with a disability to do?  In the small town of Hollywood, California, Ann Colby Stocking navigates her way through auditions, the studios, star-sightings, Hollywood Men and the elusive meaning of “making it” on the Boulevard of Broken Dreams.

Sunday, October 7,
7:30pm (Run Time: 75 minutes)
Ticket Prices

Victory Gardens Biograph Theater
2433 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL

Tickets: 773.871.3000
TTY: 773.871.0682
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/285095294928921/

Sign Language interpretation will be provided for both pre and post
show; captioning will be provided during the show. Victory Garden
Theater is proud to be an accessible theater.

What is Crip Slam?
Part of the Victory Gardens Access Project, Crip Slam is a series of
performances, readings, movies and other events that promote, explore
and celebrate disability culture. The series was launched in 2005 as
Disability Culture Sundays. In its second year, Access Project
participants re-named the series to the more provocative Crip Slam in
order to generate attention and discussion.

More about Access Project…

This event is a joint effort of Victory Gardens Theater and Bodies of
Work: A Network of Disability Arts and Culture. This event cannot be
done without the generous support from The Chicago Community Trust.

Sundays 7-9pm October 7th-November 11th

Hello Social Workers, Counselors and Creative Arts Therapists! Are you looking for a creative approach to supervision? Please join us in this six-week Expressive Therapy supervision group utilizing elements of Art and Drama Therapy. The aim of this group is to enhance clinical knowledge and professional development by exploring case studies and counter-transference through an Expressive 
 Therapy framework. Please note, this is not a training to become a Creative Arts Therapist.

 This is an opportunity to gain clinical perspective and professional growth in a creative way! This group will count toward Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) hours in the state of Illinois.

Located at  St.  Luke's Church in Logan Square (http://www.stlukesls.org/)

The Cost is $40 per 2hr group 

If interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact:expressivetherapysoup@gmail.com

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