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New York performance artist using emoji to explore autism empathy
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New York performance artist using emoji to explore autism empathy

Emoji. Haven't we all from time to time had a disagreement about what one means? If a smiley face actually means smile, or an upside down frown? The emoji has been about now for just over 14 years, and become a standard form of communication at the end of a te...
Young autistic artists exhibit art work at ‘Art Works Now’
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Young autistic artists exhibit art work at ‘Art Works Now’

“What We See” exhibit at Art Works Now, Mount Rainier, Washington - Deion Hawkins, 19 has autism. He enrolled in art classes as part of the Accessible Arts program at Art Works Now in Mount Rainier. His art work is now part of the “What We See” exhibit, wh...
Art in Mill Park Benefits Young Adults with Autism
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Art in Mill Park Benefits Young Adults with Autism

The 3rd annual Art in Mill Park art fair took place on Saturday, August 10, 2013 in Paoli, Wisconsin. The event is sponsored by the Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin and Lovely Days Gallery and Teaching Studio of Paoli. Forty eight artists exhibited th...
An appreciation of a very private Autistic Artist in our community
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An appreciation of a very private Autistic Artist in our community

The Autistic community has long appreciated the wonderful art and experienced voice of Sanni Rosenburg, affectionately known to us as ‘Moe’. Moe is notoriously shy yet enormously talented and I have had the pleasure of speaking to her about her childhood, her ...
The Girl Who Didn’t Know How To Be – A picture book about autism and neurodiversity
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The Girl Who Didn’t Know How To Be – A picture book about autism and neurodiversity

London, UK - The Girl Who Didn’t Know How To Be - is a soon to be self-published picture book on the topic of autism and neurodiversity. The illustrator and creator behind the project, Milda, is an individual on the autism spectrum, who is an artist, illustrat...