Jamestown Arts Center is currently showing Weaving Together, a group exhibit showcasing the work of numerous artists with disabilities, through March 13. Weaving Together brings together four organizations dedicated to supporting artists with disabilities: Artists' Exchange, Flying Shuttles, Looking Upwards and Outsider Collective. Artists from each of these organizations created works of fabric, yarn, paper, branches and more to express creativity and togetherness. In addition to these art pieces, there are also outdoor installations including looms and murals of yarn and twine, meant to encourage the visiting community to create artwork as a group. Weaving as an action necessitates multiple parts coming together to create something bigger and better. Weaving Together explores the collaborative and inclusive nature of weaving not just by showcasing the work of artists with disabilities, but by offering installations for the entire community to collaborate on. "We hope that the various pieces woven together bring warmth to all during this dark time," wrote Jamestown Arts Center on the exhibition page. During these turbulent times, we can all benefit from the spirit of togetherness and community in Weaving Together. Jamestown Arts Center is located at 18 Valley Street in Jamestown, Rhode Island and is open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m. and Thursday 11:00 a.m.—7:00 p.m. For more information, visit jamestownartcenter.org/exhibitions-current/weaving-together.