On December 16, 2014 News Channel 12 ran a segment on The Kennedy Center’s Maggie Daly Arts Cooperative (MDAC) which opened in May 2014. MDAC is an exciting and unique new initiative by The Kennedy Center designed to provide an innovative environment where individuals with intellectual disabilities can learn, create and benefit by participating in a multi-faceted arts program. Located in the Read’s Artspace building in downtown Bridgeport, this Arts Cooperative provides unique programming that assists individuals in creative exploration, self-discovery and expansive artistic growth using: Mixed Media, Visual Media, Painting, Music, Dance, Yoga and more. Make sure to check out the video by clicking here.
The Kennedy Center strives to offer programs and services across the age spectrum to individuals with unique talents, interests and goals. Our programs and service models are based on current research, trends and literature in the field, as well as feedback and input from our stakeholders. Take a look.
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TKC Job Opportunities
Kennedy Center employees are our greatest resource in serving infants, children, teens, adults and seniors with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We offer career opportunities over a wide range of full-time, part-time, on-call and temporary positions designed to make you not just successful – but significant.