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Fairfax Delegate Kaye Kory invites Art for the Journey to join with organizations such as Northstar Academy and ARC in an art exhibit that highlights individuals living with disabilities, and focuses on ability through a colorful and well attended art exhibit. Delegates from across the Commonwealth are invited attend a reception and look at beautiful art with artists, advocates, and organizations, and the general public.

This years event was the most attended event to date. Delegate Kory, and her assistant Nancy Hedeen have been such good friends to Art for the Journey and the other organizations who showcase art and inclusivity of these very special artists in our community. Art for the Journey Exhibits Artwork by seniors and individuals living with dementia or Alzheimers, and by veterans living with P.T.S.D., and incarcerated women.

The World Health Organization report highlights the benefits of art and health and even healing. This information is available to review in an in depth report.

Pictured to the right: Delegate Kaye Kory, Delegate Kathleen Murphy, Senator Jennifer Boysko, Jamie Wigginton, Cindy Paullin, and Mark Hierholzer.

Delegate Kaye Kory invites Art for the Journey to the 5th annual “Special Art by Special people” art exhibit