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Live session is now over; but whatever you miss you can still see the whole thing!
An event at the White House celebrating the 25th anniversary year of the Americans with Disabilities Act, welcoming in arts professionals, students, and the disability community to discuss Americans with disabilities in the arts.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted Walk The Moon and they sang their big hit, “Different Colors” and their lead singer, Nicholas Petricca, uses American Sign Language during the live concert! Pretty awesome!
Check out the videos below!
Here’s the whole concert:
To every Moritz in the world: You are not alone.
ASL Poem by: Daniel N. Durant
English adaption and captions provided by: Kimberly Jennery
As we were developing our blog we had several ideas about how we should handle our video component – our vlog. We wanted to make it interesting and entertaining, we want people to know that fashion is fun. The blog is already about us providing our audience with current fashion trends as well as establishing fashion looks. As for the vlog, we decided to turn the table on someone else and came up with raiding a celebrity’s closet! It is always interesting to see what people have in their closet.
You truly get to know a person by how they dress, whether they are simple, classic, creative, unique or retro. The answers are all in front of you once you open up the doors. Ryan Lane, an actor on the show Switched at Birth, was our first guinea pig, or rather volunteer. He was a good sport to letting us into his home to raid his closet.
We thank him for that. And he is still thanking us for putting together some of the looks we did. Remember you can mix and match items you already have to create new and exciting outfits.
The Worcester (MA) County Light Opera Company is producing Tribes. They are looking for an actor (with or without experience) to play the lead character, Billy. The play and character are explained in the vlog.
For more information, please go to Worcester County Light Opera Company website to contact if you’re interested in the role or need more information.