As BC's largest disability art show, posAbilities' INCLUSION Art Show & Sale has celebrated the work of artists with diverse abilities since 2005. It takes place during October each year (Community Inclusion Month in BC) at Vancouver's iconic Heritage Hall.

The show features:


  • 150+ artists with diverse abilities

  • Individual pieces and collections of photography, paintings, illustrations, pottery, glasswork, jewelry, fabric art and more exhibited and for sale

  • Live art demonstrations

  • Refreshments and live entertainment


Admission is by donation and everyone is welcome.  The venue is fully accessible and ASL interpretation is provided.

Photos by: Maxine Tamoto, @prunecandy, www.prunecandyphotography.com

We are excited to announce that our 2020 show is moving online! We’re busy planning how this will all unfold and we’re excited to share those details with you soon. We look forward to continuing to host a truly unique show that celebrates creativity, community, and diverse abilities.

Check this page and follow us on social media for updates!

Discover the joy of INCLUSION and check out photos and videos from previous shows here.


"A wonderful experience attending your annual Inclusion Art Show & Sale. I will look forward to next year's show. The pieces I purchased are now hung on my walls, & every time I see them I feel happy. Such talented artists!" - Kim C.

"I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of art work at the event! My favourite part of the show was talking to the artists who proudly told me how much time and effort it took them to finish their work." - Karen Alves

"posAbilities hosted its spectacular and annual art show from artists with developmental disabilities sharing various and artistic talents. Another job well done team. Big shout out and a thank you with gratitude to posAbilities and artists on sharing their talents to the media." - Anthony

"Very pleasant experience all around. Everybody was very friendly. The variety of crafts and art work was amazing. I enjoyed the experience." - Sheena MacIntyre