Celebrating 30 Years of the ADA

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Artwork Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Passage of
the Americans With Disabilities Act

Artwork by Alana Korol


Complicated Spaces (of Invisible Disabilities)

Title of Work: The Complicated Spaces (of Invisible Disabilities)
Media: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 3 ft by 4 ft
Artist: Alana Korol, https://ajkorol5cdc.myportfolio.com/
Age: 21
Town : Buffalo Grove, IL

Artwork by Karen Perry, Portland, Maine

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Questions and answers with the artist, Karen Perry

How has the ADA positively impacted your life? 

I have to feel safe In Portland, Maine as a disabled woman therefore the ADA protects me.  It makes changes that every disabled person needs like safe sidewalks or walkways, easy access to public places, entrance & all doors, & bathroom availability.

What do you think the next 30 years will look like for individuals with disabilities?

Improvements in all areas as all people including the disabled work together to foster input in ADA’s mission.