Deaf theatre performer Colin Analco knew that he was getting through to his audience when he could feel the floorboards shake.
After his lip injury, Richard Seraphinoff had to adjust the trajectory of his musical career. Along the way, he built the courage to talk about his experiences.
There’s a new sculpture in downtown Nashville, Indiana. It’s the first of what Elder Heart hopes is many projects that unite veterans and community members.
Josh Berkau, a seventeen-year-old from Evansville with autism spectrum disorder, learned how to communicate through typing on an iPad
Bloomingtonians coping with Parkinson's find an unorthodox treatment.
Mark Smith reached out to his fellow soldiers and asked them to send him their pictures of their time in Iraq. He then painted those images.
Professional music therapists from around the state gather to promote how their practice can help children on the autism spectrum
Jon Kay interviewed people who started making art later in life as a way of reflecting on the past and memorializing stories.
In this show, members of the audience are invited to tell stories to be instantly transformed on stage by the nation's only inclusive playback theater troupe.
Three days of opportunities to learn and embrace diversity, culture and history!