He captures the ‘souls’ of people

“Caleb” by Dirk Anschütz.

“Caleb” by Dirk Anschütz.

 

Uniting with Minneapolis-based Upstream Arts (www.upstreamarts.org) , New York photographer Dirk Anschütz (http://knipser.com/#/Info/About/1),  on view through March 2, 2014 at the Bloomington Theatre and Art Center in Bloomington, Minnesota is an exhibition, “Upstream” that offers straight-on, unsentimental portraits of young adults with disabilities.

     In this body of work, Anschütz focuses on the complex human being beyond the disability. Through this exhibit and other related events, Upstream Arts hopes to create opportunities for meaningful interaction between the disability community and the public at large.

     Editor’s note: Events associated with this exhibition include “The Art of Access: Making the Arts Accessible for Individuals of all Ages and Abilities”, a two-hour workshop on Tuesday, February 4, from 5:00-7:00 pm. This training is for artists, educators, parents, guardians, siblings and arts organizations interested in exploring how to universally design arts events, exhibits, and educational programming for people of all ages and abilities. To register, call 952.563.8575 or see www.btacmn.org.




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