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It’s not about what you see, it’s how I feel and that’s enough. By Ana Mei When I’m not spending time with my cats, I like to draw – mostly in silence. Ever since I was a child, I scribbled on the walls and got good grades in art education at school, but I was never go…
15.11.2020 · From The Art of Autism
It’s not about what you see, it’s how I feel and that’s enough. By Ana Mei When I’m not spending time with my cats, I like to draw – mostly in silence. Ever since I was a child, I scribbled on the walls and got good grades in art education at school, but I was never go…
11.11.2020 · From The Art of Autism
By Moontain Feathers (Lost) is a collection of sounds & simple melodies from the heart. Please listen here. Feathers features an acoustic song called “Anima” which was a first take as i was sipping my morning coffee. It was (and still is) a moving one to record because this was a time where …
22.10.2020 · From The Art of Autism
October is Disability History Month. Lois Curtis is an African American artist with intellectual and developmental disabilities and schizophrenia. Curtis paved the way for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities to get out of institutional settings and live within communities. By An…
22.10.2020 · From The Art of Autism
By Samantha Craft I am a neurodivergent individual. The modern-day term of what it means to be neurodivergent is extremely fluid in nature. Mood disorders, such as PTSD, are appearing under the neurodivergent umbrella, as are brain injuries that cause cognitive impairments or differences. Neurodiver…
21.09.2020 · From The Art of Autism
By Matteo Musso Hi, I am a 15 year old guy with autism. I have been silent most of my life, at least regarding using spoken language as a primary way of communicating. I was introduced to the letter board when I was 11½ years old. To live in this society without the use of spoken language is so cha…
23.08.2019 · From The Art of Autism
I am an AUTISTIC ARTIST and Autism is an EMPOWERING neurotype. I aim to break down stigmas and stereotypes. By Margaux Wosk I’ve written about how hard it is finding a market for my art in a past article and I wanted to provide an update. It’s truly hard to accurately represent myself. I am Autistic…
16.08.2019 · From The Art of Autism
As art and music is being excluded form more and more schools it pains me to know that others might not get the opportunity to express themselves through their artistic and musical abilities. By Nick Gustafson As long as I could remember words were always trapped inside my head. I was always the qu…
14.08.2019 · From The Art of Autism
As the Nike Motto says “Just Do It,” that is how I approach my aspirations in life. By Sarah Michelle I’m getting married, I live on my own with my fiancée, I can drive, I have a Bachelor’s degree and I’m employed full-time working with young children with and without special needs. Some…
30.07.2019 · From The Art of Autism
We [artists} impart soul and well as DNA into every single heart/felt work. By Kimberly Gerry-Tucker I’m presently reading these two books concurrently and as is often the case, my blog writing is inspired by what I read: In Love With The World (A Monk’s Journey Through the Bardos of Living and Dyin…
28.07.2019 · From The Art of Autism
by Alex Nichols When my mom’s best friend’s mother died, I created a weaving using her antique jewelry and favorite colors. She has a small antique shop and that was a way for the daughter to have a daily reminder of her mom and a piece of art for her wall. Alex Nichols Fishing I decided to call the…
24.07.2019 · From The Art of Autism
The Art of Autism encourages businesses that serve autistic people invest in art work of autistic artists. By Debra Muzikar In June The Art of Autism was contacted by Justin Kyriannis, owner of Achievable Behavioral Strategies in Las Vegas. Justin had viewed art on the Art of Autism’s website…
20.07.2019 · From The Art of Autism
By Ryan Smoluk A lot has happened since we last connected, some good some not so good. Anyhow it’s the beginning of another beautiful summer here in Winnipeg, Canada. I am happy and excited to share with you my latest good news. In June, I had my art on exhibit in one of Canada’s most respected and …
12.07.2019 · From The Art of Autism
“I want to see a world where people with disabilities achieving things is a norm rather than an exception. It isn’t a surprise when you see a person with autism practicing law or doing something amazing in the world.” By Ron Sandison This last June I met Haley Moss at the Milestone Autism Conferenc…
10.07.2019 · From The Art of Autism
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