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Bay Area art centers

Author: Elias KatzSafi wa NairobiNora RyersonDoyle SaylorTammy HarperAll authors
Publisher: [Berkeley, Calif.] : KPFA, [2005]
Series: Art and disability radio series, 2.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : No Linguistic Content
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A radio interview with artists and staff at Bay Area art centers which primarily serve people with developmental disabilities. Visits Creativity Explored of San Francisco, Creative Growth in Oakland, and the National Institute of Art and Disabilities (NIAD) in Richmond.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Elias Katz; Safi wa Nairobi; Nora Ryerson; Doyle Saylor; Tammy Harper; Andreas Sisneros Gallindo; Dorie Reed; Phyllis Diane Carr; Raven Harper; Maria Einaudi; Paul Moshammer; Martha Lane; Cedric Brooks; Kevin Randolph; Carol Stewart; Peter Cordova; Myrna Lum; Jennifer O'Neil; Alisen Acercion; Jeremy Burelson; Janet Moore; Billy White; Vincent Jackson; Ralph Russell; KPFA (Radio station : Berkeley, Calif.)
OCLC Number: 63212144
Notes: "Aired on KPFA on September 30, 2005," as a segment on Pushing Limits
Performer(s): Elis Katz, Tammy Harper, Andreas Sisneros Gallindo, Dorie Reed, Phyllis Diane Carr, Raven Harper, Maria Einaudi, Paul Moshammer, Martha Lane, Cedric Books, Kevin Randolph, Carol Stewart, Peter Cordova, Myrna Lum, Jennifer O'Neil, Alisen Acercion, Jeremy Burleson, Janet Moore, Billy White, Vincent Jackson, Ralph Russell.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Title: Art and disability radio series, 2.
Other Titles: Pushing limits (Radio program)
Responsibility: produced by Elias Katz, Safi wa Nairobi, Nora Ryerson and Doyle Saylor.

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A radio interview with artists and staff at Bay Area art centers which primarily serve people with developmental disabilities. Visits Creativity Explored of San Francisco, Creative Growth in Oakland, and the National Institute of Art and Disabilities (NIAD) in Richmond.

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