Full Life Sponsors Abled Hawai’i Artists 15th Annual Art Festival- The Renaissance of Inclusion Continues!

HA2022 Event Promo Video
Hawai‘i County celebrates a renaissance of inclusion in the arts on Saturday, October 29th 2022, with Abled Hawai‘i Artists (AHA) 15th annual art festival, held at the Puna Kai Shopping Center in Pahoa, 10am to 3pm! #renaissanceofinclusion
 
Full Life is the fiscal and main sponsor of AHA, which promotes disability awareness and pride by celebrating the spectrum of creativity, while promoting inclusive entrepreneurship in the arts.
 
AHA is the largest celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act on Hawai’i Island, and a celebration of the National Disability Employment Awareness Month- a meaningful community event that brings together more than 400 participants for a day of inclusive music, performing arts, visual arts, healing arts, hands on demonstrations, and more.
 
AHA is a FREE event also incorporates speeches by disability self advocates and important community leaders. Enjoy FREE healing arts demonstrations, express the artist in you with various FREE all-ages and abilities art making activities – along with a Halloween themed flash mob and trick or treating- fun for the entire `ohana. Saturday, October 29th 10am-3pm in Pahoa, at the Puna Kai Shopping Center.
AHA2022 Event Program- Page 1
AHA2022 Event Program- Page 2

Halloween themed FLASHMOB tutorial:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=f1bdY7GO478

Join the renaissance of inclusion on Hawai’i Island! Check out their Facebook event page! Contact: ahaarts808@gmail.com 

MAHALO NUI LOA AHA2022 SPONSORS:
Full Life Hawai’i – Empowering people with disabilities live self-determined happy lives.

Self Advocates Advisory Council– SAAC is an advocacy group that represents people with developmental disabilities. We support leadership, independence, and choice.

Kipaipai Art Foundation and School – to encourage and inspire creativity by providing inclusive art education, support and networking opportunities that cultivate community.

Generation 808 – Supporting Hawai’i Island Churches and 501(c) Nonprofits to creative fiscal resiliency. 

AHA2022 Event Flier

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