On display at CIP’s Good Purpose Gallery from April 5 to May 27, The Art of Autism: Shifting Perspectives is a traveling art exhibit that brings awareness to the general public the creative abilities of people with autism.
The project combines book signings with art from local and traveling visual artists, as well as poetry, film festivals, and entertainment shows. Participating artists come from all parts of the world – including the United States, Canada, Israel, Pakistan, India, The Philippines, Morocco, France, Germany, Japan, and England.
Featuring Artists: Wil Kerner, Kevin Hosseini, Seth Chwast, Dylan Guest, Neri Avraham, Jimmy Reagan, Grace Goad for two pieces, Trent Altman for two pieces, Kimberly Gerry-Tucker for Esther Brokaw and Justin Canha. Learn more about the Art of Autism.
National Student Art Contest
CIP students across the country will have the opportunity to participate in the annual CIP Student Art Contest. Winners will have their work displayed in the Art of Autism: Shifting Perspectives exhibit and will be awarded by Art of Autism Founder and Author, Debra Hosseini.
On exhibit at the Good Purpose Gallery April 5 – May 27, 2013
Good Purpose Gallery
40 Main Street