Barbara Albert’s art students were gathered in a common room at Betty’s Dream, the accessible apartment complex in Portsmouth. There were artists using wheelchairs. And artists who didn’t talk. But all the faces were full of expectation and they were focused on Albert, intent on what they were about to do – work on their art with hopes to learn and improve what they could do. As to the work of these artists with disabilities, Albert quickly realized what many people with disabilities confront on a daily basis.
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