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Partners

STUDIO 700 CENTER FOR THE ARTS, ROSEVILLE, CALIFORNIA

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Studio 700 Center for the Arts provides art programs through all mediums, including visual, graphic, performing and media arts, to students with developmental and intellectual disabilities in Roseville, California. Graphic arts students from Studio 700 designed Purple Tree Cafe's logo and business cards. Studio 700 has been, and will continue to be, a source of inspiration for Purple Tree Cafe's arts programs.

 

  Progressive Employment Concepts (PEC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to diversity and equality. Individuals with developmental disabilities utilize our services to be valued and successful contributing members of the community. Employers utilize our services to find skilled and dedicated employees. With the support of PEC, the individuals we work with and their communities prosper.   

 

Progressive Employment Concepts (PEC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to diversity and equality. Individuals with developmental disabilities utilize our services to be valued and successful contributing members of the community. Employers utilize our services to find skilled and dedicated employees. With the support of PEC, the individuals we work with and their communities prosper.   

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Team Davis is an all volunteer non-profit organization established to help enrich the lives of children and adults with developmental, cognitive and/or physical disabilities living in or close to Davis, California. Team Davis sponsors athletic, social, cultural and recreational activities that help build physical skills, a sense of camaraderie, and a more fully integrated connection with the Davis community for our participants and their families and support staff. We serve as the Davis area's Special Olympics team.


Short Center South is a nonprofit fine arts program that has been serving the Sacramento area for over twenty years. One of the many purposes of Short Center South is to allow artists with developmental disabilities the opportunity to create their art in a studio like setting.  The artists at Short Center have the opportunity to be mentored by professional working artists from the Sacramento area.  Artists at Short Center are empowered to develop their own personal artistic style.  The artwork exhibited here is a great example of the diverse quality of artistic expressions produced by the artists.  All of the artists who attend the center are adults who have been working on their craft for many years.  Some of them have been coming to the center for as long the program has existed.  Many have become professional artists in their own right, developing their own style, having numerous exhibitions and selling their work.  Proceeds of artwork purchased go directly back to the artists, further encouraging artistic and personal growth.  It is always an honor for us to be able to share this incredible art work with the public.  For more information or to view more art work please visit www.ddsoarts.org and www.ddso.org.
 

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