KeyBank Art House at Edgewater, Expanding Art Program for People with Disabilities

(WNY News Now) – The Resource Center inaugurated the KeyBank Art House at Edgewater on Friday, August 18, a significant step towards fostering artistic engagement among individuals with disabilities.

Jamestown – The Resource Center hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 712 West Eighth Street, Jamestown, on Friday afternoon, inaugurating the KeyBank Art House at Edgewater. The center’s latest initiative, aimed at nurturing creative talents among individuals with disabilities, was met with enthusiasm and support from various quarters.

Notable attendees included representatives from Empire State Development, a key financial contributor to the project, who witnessed the culmination of their investment in this groundbreaking venture. KeyBank’s delegates, alongside Resource Center personnel, government dignitaries, and artists, also graced the event with their presence.

The KeyBank Art House at Edgewater promises to be a space where artistic expressions know no boundaries, providing a platform for creativity to flourish irrespective of physical challenges.

The art program, now housed within the confines of the KeyBank Art House, signifies more than just a physical space; it symbolizes inclusivity, self-expression, and the transformative power of art.

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