Discover the Artist within You!

In celebration of 25 years of the American Disability Act, Art Therapy Studio invites you to join us for a day of creativity. This one-day trial class will introduce you to the studio, staff, and approaches to using art as an expressive tool. This art class will be offered at no cost and no experience is necessary.

Saturday, April 18
2:00 to 3:00 pm OR 3:00 to 4:00 pm
Art Therapy Studio, 12200 Fairhill Road, Cleveland, OH 44120
To reserve your seat, call today: 216-791-9303

A little more on Love Land…

“I think more than anything else we want the audience to walk away from the movie seeing one example that people with disabilities and people with intellectual disabilities, in particular, can really hold their own in front of the camera. They can really represent themselves on screen and do a great, authentic, industry-standard job doing that work. And beyond that, it really is about inclusion in general: so inclusion in front of and behind the camera, and about inclusion in our communities. I want that conversation to be raised and people to really start thinking about how best to support adults with disabilities.”

Click here to check out this awesome interview with Josh Tate and Andrew Richey of Love Land from the Cleveland International Film Festival!

Join us at CIFF on March 20 and 21!

ADA Cleveland is proud to be a community sponsor for Love Land, a film which features compelling performances from a breakthrough cast of individuals with developmental disabilities, at the 39th annual Cleveland International Film Festival. The film addresses the limitations of state-funded facilities, especially for those who long to live independent lives.  For information on screening dates, tickets and to view the film’s trailer, go to: Use the code “ADA” to receive $2 off tickets.

Happy 25th Anniversary, ADA!

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26,1990 by President George H.W. Bush. ADA Cleveland seeks to CELEBRATE through remembrance of the ongoing legacy of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; to LEAD in ensuring access, increasing awareness, promoting independence and providing opportunity; and to ENGAGE our community as advocates for positive change.