SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – During this National Disability Month, one San Francisco nonprofit is celebrating 30 years of serving a community of artists with developmental disabilities.
Creativity Explored provides these artists with the means to create, exhibit, and sell their art in their studios and gallery, and around the world.READ MORE: 2 Suspected Gang Members Arrested In West Berkeley Shootout, Guns Seized
“It’s made a really significant difference in a lot of people’s lives who work in our studio,” Executive Director of Creativity Explored Amy Taub said. “It gives people a chance to communicate in a way that is really meaningful with people without disabilities through their art. It gives people an opportunity to earn income.”
KCBS’ Connie C. Kim talks to Amy Taub, executive director of Creativity Explored: