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Tuesday, October 5 | 6 pm – 7 pm
Tuesday, October 19 | 6 pm – 7 pm
Tuesday, November 2 | 6 pm – 7 pm
Tuesday, November 16 | 6 pm – 7 pm
Tuesday, December 7 | 6 pm – 7 pm
Tuesday, December 21 | 6 pm – 7 pm
Art to Heart Description:
The Art Gallery of Windsor and Autism Ontario Windsor-Essex have teamed up to launch Art to Heart, a series of virtual art workshops designed to provide youth on the Autism spectrum aged 12 and up with free art kits and arts facilitation, community engagement, and a creative spark to light up these times of distancing.
Youth and families connected to Autism Ontario’s Windsor-Essex chapter can sign up to join artists April Morris and Alyssa Pisciotto on select Tuesdays over Zoom from 6-7pm EST and discover intriguing new textures, engage in the art of playing with art, and use inner creativity to create to the heart’s content – whatever that means to each person!
Any questions about Art to Heart can be directed to the AGW’s Audience Engagement Coordinator, Abbey Lee Hallett, at email@example.com. To get involved with Autism Ontario’s Windsor-Essex chapter, contact Chapter and Programs Coordinator, Livia Congi, at Livia.Windsor@autismontario.com.
Art to Heart is generously funded by The Solcz Family Foundation. The Solcz Family Foundation is committed to improving the welfare of the Windsor-Essex community, and in particular, focuses on supporting projects and programs in social services that provide opportunities for children and youth.
About our Partner:
Autism Ontario (legally incorporated as Autism Society Ontario) is a charitable organization with a history of over 46 years representing the thousands of people on the autism spectrum and their families across Ontario. Made up of knowledgeable parents, professionals, and autistic self-advocates who can speak to the key issues that impact those with autism and their families, Autism Ontario is the province’s leading source of information and referral on autism, and one of the largest collective voices representing the autism community.