St. Paul art studio going virtual to reach people statewide

Jeanne Calvit, the founder of Interact pictured with a group of artists. |

The program—called Interact —has helped hundreds of people with disabilities in the Twin Cities express themselves through art. Now, it is expanding statewide into places like Duluth—virtually.

Jeanne Calvit, the founder of Interact explained that through the program, artists age 18 to 95 participate in weekly classes on a variety of topics.“We have classes ranging from theater to character creation to play reading to voice lessons to comedy,” Calvit said.While classes used to be held in person, Calvit said they are now being held over Zoom as a […]

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