3:30 pm-6:00 pm
Tonight we have an event in the gallery from 7-9 pm.
Please join us on Tuesday, July 26th from 7-9 pm to celebrate the 21st Birthday of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as part of the A Somewhat Secret Place exhibit. Spotlight, in association with The Riot, is sponsoring the event, which will include a conversation centered on how the ADA law, universal design, inclusion and access impact the everyday lives of people with disabilities. Cake and beverages will also be served.
This is a ticketed event. Advance tickets are available, two for $8, by going to the A Somewhat Secret Place Facebook page. The day of the event tickets will be two for $21, suggested donation.
Bob Joondeph – Executive Director, Disability Rights Oregon
Dean Westwood – Director, Center on Self-Determination at OHSU
Kristi Cule – Self-Advocate, member of the Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities and Self Advocates as Leaders
Meghan Caughey – Artist, Senior Director of Peer and Wellness Services, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
Elesia Ashkenazy – Chapter and Outreach Coordinator, Autistic Self Advocacy Network
ASL interpretation will be available.
(No one will be denied entrance for lack of ability to donate.)
Tickets at the door W/ FB RSVP BEFORE July 26th:
Tickets at the door day of event:
You can buy tickets at the gallery for $8 before July 26th.
Ticket purchases are considered donations. Donations for this event help us to afford the food and drink for this event.
Those who pledged to our Kickstarter at the $25 of more level will receive entrance for themselves and a guest, with no need to RSVP on FB.