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Virtual Arts

Online Programs

We are working hard to bring our programs to you safely at home – even though we can’t meet in person right now. We are offering Virtual Arts Classes, Virtual Artist Residencies, and our Choirs will be going online soon too.

Arts Classes

Arts programming and enrichment opportunities for people of all ages with disabilities through daytime and evening art classes in visual art, music, movement, drama and more. 

All Arts Classes will be held online for the foreseeable future. Our NEXT Virtual sessions being January 4, and include classes in music, movement, and visual art. Follow the links below to learn more and register!


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Artist Residencies

Participants with and without disabilities of all ages receive classes in one or more art disciplines taught by our professionally trained Teaching Artists.

All Artist Residencies will be held online for the foreseeable future and several are up and available now. We currently have residencies in most disciplines, including visual art, music, and creative writing.

Follow the links below for more details and to apply to have a Virtual Artist Residency brought to your school, early childhood learning site, or community center.

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Our choirs throughout the State of Wisconsin, we increase the musical skills of members with and without disabilities through regular rehearsals and public performances.

ARTS for ALL Wisconsin Choirs will re-start in virtual format on October 1. Click the buttons below to learn more or to join a choir!


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Call for Art

Each year we invite children and adults with disabilities from every corner of Wisconsin to submit works of art for a juried visual art exhibition that holds opportunities for new and seasoned artists to win cash prizes, sell their art, and have their work seen by hundreds of people.

More information on Call for Art 2021 will be coming soon.

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Exhibitions & Artists

Our Exhibitions offer opportunities for individuals with disabilities to exhibit and sell their work to the public, with 70% of proceeds going directly to the artist. For more information on our virtual exhibitions, and many of the artists we work with check out our Exhibitions & Artists page.

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Generous support for Virtual Arts has been provided by





Support for Virtual Arts also comes from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, National Guardian Life, American Girl Fund for Children, Susan Tirschel in memory of Duane Tirschel, the Nelson G. and Vera C. Hicks Charitable Foundation, Hooper Foundation, WPS Health Insurance, The Cap Times Kids Fund, Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation, and Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts