The Phil Egan Program for the Arts is designed to provide artists of all abilities and backgrounds access to the Bay Area art community by selling and exhibiting their work in public spaces, corporations, and art institutions. AbilityPath has had exhibitions at the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose, The Palo Alto Art Center, The Walt Disney Family Museum, Lexus, and LinkedIn Corporate Office. Through these art exhibitions and sales, people in the community have gained a better appreciation for the achievements and talents of individuals with disabilities.


Clocktower Coffee

Enjoy a cup of coffee and explore a fun selection of work by AbilityPath Artists in our ongoing exhibition at Clocktower coffee.

Clocktower Coffee, Ongoing, 205 E Middlefield Rd, Mountain View

San Jose Recovery Showcase
September 23, 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Come support local artists in honor of National Recovery Month. Shop for local art, enjoy live performances, and food trucks!

The Disabilities Art Showcase
Entire Month of October ’23

The Disabilities Art Showcase recognizes, celebrates, and honors the disabilities community of San Mateo County during October, National Disabilities Awareness Month. This showcase is co-sponsored by the San Mateo County Commission on Disabilities.

NIAD Art Center’s exhibition Today is the Greatest
October 6 through November 11, 2023

These exhibitions will feature artists creating at progressive art studios across the country alongside Bay Area artists. Both will include the release of the new issue of Quickest Flip!

Quickest Flip
October 27 – 31, 2023

The mission of Quickest Flip is to promote the inclusion of artwork by artists with disabilities into the contemporary art world. They partner with over 30 progressive art studios across the country (studios that work with artists with developmental disabilities). They will also invite local Bay Area artists to be featured in the exhibition – creating an inclusive showcase.

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