Karin Willison is a Hoosier artist and a member of the IAC’s Accessibility in the Arts Advisory Committee. We’re so glad to introduce Karin here and all the great things she’s doing in our state.
Karin blogs about her travels on her website https://www.freewheelintravel.org/, and she works as the Disability Editor at The Mighty, a popular website where people share their personal experiences with disability, disease, and mental illness. You might also want to get to know Aria, her service dog.
Get to know Karin’s work:
- A review of the Frida Kahlo Exhibit at the New York Botanical Gardens with a reflection on Kahlo’s own life with a disability: Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life with a Disability
- A lesson on language and why it matters: Please Stop Saying “Wheelchair Bound”
- A review of a visit to an out-of-the way museum. The Archway Museum – Kearney, Nebraska
- ADA 30th anniversary: The Rights Americans with Disabilities Still Need to Thrive
- A review of a musical starring Deaf and hearing performers
- Employment and disability: What's really keeping people with disabilities unemployed
More about Karin Willison:
Karin has a BA in English from Stanford University and MA in Psychology from Antioch University. She has spent her career as an editor, writer, web designer, PR and marketing professional for various individuals and companies, primarily in the disability and/or arts fields. She is currently the Senior Contributor Editor at The Mighty, a popular website where people share their personal experiences with disability, disease, and mental illness.