Arts Access is delighted to present the 2022 Series of Fortunate Events (SOFE)
movement (n): 1) an act of changing physical location or position, 2) a group of people working together to advance their shared political, social or artistic ideas.
Join us for SOFE 2022 as we explore, create, and celebrate movement. This year we’re excited to safely be back in person as we highlight creativity and diversity while promoting the work of artists and performers with disabilities.
About the Series
Arts Access presents the Series of Fortunate Events (SOFE) annually, to highlight the diversity and creativity that exists within disability communities. Arts Access uses SOFE as a platform to promote the work of artists and performers with disabilities.
About Arts Access
Arts Access is North Carolina’s only non-profit organization dedicated solely to making the arts accessible to children and adults with disabilities. The organization was founded in 1984 by a group of dedicated residents who were actively involved in North Carolina’s growing cultural arts community, but wanted to make sure the community was inclusive to everyone. They started with the simple action of donating wheelchairs to venues around the Triangle, and those small acts started a movement that led to Arts Access serving over 2,500 North Carolinians annually. Today, Arts Access is nationally recognized for its work at the intersection of arts and disability.
Arts Access has spent the past 38 years advocating for the rights of people with disabilities, working with cultural arts organizations to build inclusive programming, and working with schools to ensure K-12 arts curriculum is inclusive and accessible to kids with disabilities.
Maggie Clay Love Consulting
Martha Needels Keravuori
Betsy and Warren Ludwig
Brandon Cordrey & Brent Simoneaux
FRIEND OF ARTS ACCESS
Michelle Davis Petelinz
Merrilee & Ken Jacobson