When Creativity Explored began in San Francisco’s Mission District in 1983, the nonprofit for artists with disabilities operated out of […more…]
Executive Director: Linda Johnson
Creativity Explored was founded on a belief that art is essential to life. We exist to provide developmentally disabled people access to the human right of creative expression.
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The people here are really nice, cool people. They’re like family. They’re like my second home. I hope I can stay here for the rest of my time! I feel comfortable and safe. You got a lot of people that you talk with, you laugh with. You enjoy, it’s like you wish it never ends. You wish you could stay here just a little bit, like ‘Oh man, it’s 2:00? I don’t want to go home yet!’ I got my two babies at home, my cat and my dog. I like to talk to them, but I like it here better.
Celebrate and Support the Artwork of Artists with Disabilities
Creativity Explored seeks your donations to maintain their innovative programs supporting artists with disabilities. Your generous funds will help these artists with: free studio space, art supplies, transportation, and teaching artists who mentor them during their time with Creativity Explored.
Additionally, your donations help cover the costs associated with mounting the exhibits that feature the art at galleries and museums, which enable these talented artists to earn money from their artwork and maintain self-sufficiency.
Audax Charitable Foundation
California Arts Council
Golden Gate Regional Center
Gucci Changemakers Impact Fund
John & Gwen Smart Foundation
John & Marcia Goldman
National Endowment for the Arts
Randi and Bob Fisher
Sakura of America
San Francisco Foundation
San Francisco Grants for the Arts
U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services
Violet World Foundation