BROKE: An Art Show About Money + Disability

BROKE is an art exhibition that features original works from four artists in the Artist Working Group Program at Art Access: Anne Vinsel, Fiona Summers, Kristen Vardanega, and Sylvia O'Hara. The artists worked from April to September to create individual works, across various mediums, that explored the connection between disability and socioeconomic class status (SES). Topics such as: How do social ideas about "worth" show up in how disabled people work, live, and play? How does socioeconomic status affect the day-to-day experiences of people with disabilities? What is necessary to create a world where social and economic agency and safety are an everyday part of disabled experience? Their works will be showcased at Art Access from October 6th through November 2nd.

You may visit the gallery Tuesday-Thursday from 9am to 2pm. The event is free to the public. There will also be a free opening reception on October 6th from 6pm-8pm at Art Access. For more information about the event, the artists and their works, please visit


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