An Exhibition by Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder
From the 14th May until the 13th July Project Ability’s Gallery in Glasgow’s Merchant City will host ‘Spectrum’ - an exhibition showcasing the creative talent of young people with autistic spectrum disorders.
‘Spectrum’ is a collection of artwork made by 67 children during a 15-month artist-in-residence programme that took place in the Autism Units at Ruchill, St Vincent’s, and Toryglen Primary Schools in Glasgow. The resulting exhibition is full of vibrant, colourful and bold images that will make you look and think differently about autism, revealing an original and witty imagination at play.
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