The Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts has been a home away from home for many artists over the past 13 years.
It is where inspiration and creativity take people with developmental disabilities and let them simply be known as artists.
The CBC's Our Edmonton decided to visit the centre before its anniversary, to find out more about what they do in the community.
It started with the humble beginnings, a single artist, and today has 170 members.
Some of the staff, like Wendy Hollo, have been with the centre since the start.
She has watched the art and the centre transform people's lives.
The art itself has evolved, from simple paintings to full-fledged, mixed-medium creations.
Painting, ceramics, fused glass, even fabric art can be brought to life.
They also work on video animations now, with collaborations from other local artists.
Our Edmonton's Adrienne Lamb met up with an artist she had first interviewed more than a decade ago.
Leona Clawson will be one of the featured artists in an upcoming exhibition to celebrate the centre's 13th anniversary.
Here is a look at the story when they first met so many years ago:
Here is where you can find out more about the documentary in that story "Through the Eyes of Artists"
While the artists are often celebrated, it is the hardworking staff and many volunteers who make this place grow.
All part of living up to their mandate: 'Create, Connect, Change Lives'
You can see more from the centre on this week's edition of Our Edmonton.
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