Some of the works from our workshops are part of the international exhibition at the University of Minnesota. The exhibition is available online; see the link below.
The works capture expectations, dreams, wishes, and the everyday reality reflected in life stories through drawings, narratives, and stylized self-portraits. Link to the exhibition: https://art.ici.umn.edu/exhibits.
my life, a window into daily lives and dreams for the future
Special program 3-6pm July 26
Blythe Brenden-Mann Community Center at MIDB
2025 E. River Parkway, Minneapolis
We are excited to announce the long-awaited opening of my life, an exhibition by transitions students from three different countries.
my life is in collaboration with three transition projects, two of which are international. The third collaborator is a Project of National Significance focused on the transition of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Minnesota, led by Renáta Tichá. Youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities from Minnesota, Singapore, and the Czech Republic will share photos of their transition from school to adult life. The photos are a window into their daily lives and their dreams for the future.
Invitation and open to the public: A July 26 program runs 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Blythe Brenden-Mann Community Center at the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain, 2025 E. River Parkway, Minneapolis. Refreshments will be served, and free parking provided. Coordinators from each country will provide comments about the projects followed by Q&A.
Read more about this exhibition and the projects in ICI’s July FYI issue with a full article about the New Exhibition: my life.
The new exhibit will open on July 26 in the Art for All Gallery at MIDB with an online gallery competent. Follow updates on this show at art.ici.umn.edu.