Upstream Arts Participant

PROGRAM OFFERINGS

A typical Upstream Arts program is an arts residency in one of the following core focus areas. All of our residency program offerings are available for individuals of all abilities, and several are available for all age groups. We work with every partner to customize the structure and length of residencies according to the partner’s unique interests and goals. To explore possibilities, please contact Julie Guidry, Upstream Arts Executive Director, at (612) 331-4584 or [email protected].

The Art of Play

    The Art of Play

     Explores creative play between             babies of all abilities and their               caregivers.
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Upstream Arts Teaching Artists and Participants at Linwood MonroeThe Art of Social Skills

Fosters vital social and emotional skills through multiple art forms.
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Upstream Arts Teaching Artists and Participants performing The Art of MeThe Art of Me

Explores self-expression and teamwork by developing a public arts event.
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Upstream Arts Teaching Artist and ParticipantThe Art of Relationships

Uses multiple art forms to explore sexual health, self-advocacy, and positive relationships.
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Upstream Arts Teaching Artist and ParticipantThe Art of Working

Cultivates soft skills essential to employment through multiple artistic disciplines. 
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OPP-Retirement-225x150The Art of Retirement

This program is specifically designed for aging adults with disabilities.
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Upstream Arts Teaching Artists and ParticipantsThe Art of Access – Training

Examines how to “universally design” spaces and events for people of all abilities.
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The Art of Voice and Choice

Uses multiple art forms to foster self-advocacy and Person Centered Thinking with individuals with disabilities and support staff.  Learn more here.

Curious about bringing Upstream Arts

to your school or organization? 

CONTACT US to set up a

1 hour FREEBIE

This session – absolutely free of charge – can

offer insight into how we work to support

individuals with a range of cognitive,

developmental, emotional, behavioral,

and physical disabilities.