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.


Humane Society Silicon Valley

This solo show features a stunning collection of dog and cat portraits done by Jazthri. Working from photos of shelter animals Jazthri has reimagined them into gorgeous scenes of nature and fantasy in their iconoclastic style.

Humane Society Silicon Valley, ongoing thru June, 901 Ames Ave, Milpitas

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

Art on the Square
June 9, 5:00 – 8:30 pm

Art on the Square: Join us at our booth for Art on the Square this June. This annual event features dozens of arts and crafts booths including art, merchandise, and live demonstrations from AbilityPath artists!

Art on the Square, June 9, 5-8:30 pm, Courthouse Square, Redwood City

Filoli Art Walk
July 29 – 30

This annual event in Filoli’s historic gardens will include art, merchandise, and live demonstrations by AbilityPath artists along with dozens of local artists and artisans.

Filoli Art Walk, July 29-30, Filoli Historic House and Gardens, 86 Cañada Rd, Woodside

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