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Home >  Community >  College News >  News Archive >  Disability Awareness Art Show Fall 2013

Art Reception

FLC PISO
October 30, 2013

“Self Portrait Narrative” by Brian Clinton

“Self Portrait Narrative” by Brian Clinton

Folsom Lake College will host a community reception for its 6th Annual Disability Awareness Art Exhibition on Thursday, Nov. 7 from 5:00-7:30 p.m. at the main Folsom campus (10 College Parkway, off E. Bidwell St.) in Falcon's Roost room FR-240 (Peregrine Room).

The reception, hosted by Folsom Lake College Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS), will include the announcement of $1,000 in scholarship stipends, the service of light refreshments, and DJ music by student Tyler Wyckoff. Attendees will be able to view art submitted by Los Rios Community College District students with disabilities.

This year's exhibition, which opens Nov. 4 and shows through Nov. 7, is sponsored by a grant from the Brice and Barbara Harris Fund for the Fine & Performing Arts and is open to all DSPS students currently enrolled at a Los Rios college.

Admission to the Community Reception is free (a daily parking pass can be purchased for $1). A map to the campus can be found here.

For more information on the Disability Awareness Art Exhibition, click here.