An immersive multi-media installation occupying three galleries, this exhibition celebrates the 20th anniversary of Passion Works Studio, a collaborative community art center encouraging people of all abilities to work and thrive within partnerships celebrating the power of creativity, connection and purpose. Nationally recognized for its work in empowering and validating the differently abled, Passion Works Studio had its first ever exhibition at Kennedy Museum of Art in 1998. Click here to read the article about this exhibition in Ohio Magazine.
Gallery Walk and Talk Friday October 12, 5:15 - 6PM, Opening Reception 6-7:30.
Art, Collaboration and Making Spaces: Passion Works Studio and Honey for the Heart Giant Puppet Parade. Thursday, November 15, 5:30 – 6:30 pm. Join us for a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Lynn Harter, Passion Works Board President and Co-Director of the Barbara Geralds Storytelling Institute. Participants include: Patty Mitchell: Founder/Executive Director of Passion Works Studio, Kate Kern: Ohio Arts Council Artist in Residence, and Maureen Wagner: Arts for Ohio/College of Fine Arts.