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Society has long struggled to find the proper terminology for people with intellectual disability.
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Brampton Caledon Community Living and other community living associations across the province will be lighting the outside of their administrative offices in blue and green at night throughout the month of May to raise awareness for the full participation, inclusion and citizenship of people who have an intellectual disability.
The CN Tower will be lit blue and green during its night-time illumination on Wednesday, May 11th, 2016. The lighting will begin at sunset, however it won’t become fully visible until the sky darkens sufficiently approximately 30 minutes later. Also, a standard light show will run for eight minutes at the top of every hour. The lighting will conclude at sunrise.
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This year Brampton Caledon Community Living is celebrating Community Living Month by hosting “Endless Possibilities”—an inclusive art exhibition showcasing the art of individuals with a disability as well as the work of local artists of all mediums. From May 1 to May 28 at Beaux-Arts in Brampton, Endless Possibilities will inspire and transform and make you think about how the world experiences art and those who create it.
70 Main Street North
“Endless Possibilities” is hosted by Brampton Caledon Community Living at Beaux-Arts Brampton to showcase the artistic talents of individuals with intellectual and/or physical disabilities. We will display works created by artists with disabilities to challenge stereotypes, misapprehensions and negative conceptions of disability. We invite all community members to attend.
We are inviting artists of all mediums (visual art, vocal performance, dance, spoken word) to participate. Deadline for submission April 27, 2016 at midnight.
Email [email protected] for more details on how to get involved!