Deaf Art

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United States

As one of the missions of Surdists United, we are committed to bringing Deaf View/Image Art De’VIA into the classroom and community.  The De’VIA Curriculum project began after an artist retreat in Olathe, Kansas in 2013 where 40 Deaf artists gathered to examine the past, present, and posterity of De’VIA.  In addition to the creation of a large mural to honor the original 1989 De’VIA mural, which is missing, we proposed to set up a De’VIA curriculum working group.

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The longest-running Deaf film festival. Learn more about the team this year by visiting our site.

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United States

Maine Deaf Arts is a small organization that supports Deaf artists of Maine and their events.  They would like to become a non-profit organization.

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The vision of 58 Creativity is to create digital art and design that inspires the imagination, infused with Deaf culture. We strive to THINK BIG in everything we do!

Brittany Castle is a California-based artist who grew up immersed in Deaf culture thanks to her Deaf twin sister. She owns and operates an online shop showcasing ASL's beauty through illustrations, stickers, posters, and animations.

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New York Deaf Theatre
138 South Oxford St
Suite 4F
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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The New York Deaf Theatre, LTD (NYDT) was established in 1979 by a group of Deaf actors and theatre artists who wanted to create opportunities for the production of a dramatic art form that was not found elsewhere in New York City: plays in American Sign Language (ASL).

The company is proud of its successes, and is looking forward to continuing its mission to provide quality theatre productions, performances and services to both Deaf and hearing audiences in the years to come.​

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As a non-profit organization, Deaf Austin Theatre’s purpose is to enrich, inspire, educate, create and entertain the Austin community by using American Sign Language (ASL) within all of our theatrical productions that range from classics to new works.  We strive to impact our community, our audience members, and to create an accessible stage for all future artists.

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ImaginASL Performing Arts strives to entertain, educate, and unite Deaf and hearing worlds with rich unique artistic, cultural, and theatrical experiences full of American Sign Language (imaginasl.org).