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Art for Autism
Art for Autism

Art for Autism

An exhibition showcasing art from people on the autistic spectrum.

17 June 2017 | Visit website

Art for Autism presents work from artists on the autistic spectrum and is a celebration of the talent on display, whilst also giving the artists an opportunity to meet people and forge new connections.

It's held in Brixton's Sunshine International Arts C.A.F.E. and aims to raise awareness of autism, and highlight the importance of the arts as a viable tool for learning, growth and self-expression.

Arts for Autism is at Sunshine International Arts C.A.F.E., Brixton, on June 17. Entry is free!
 

Sunshone International Arts C.A.F.E. , Studio 5, 209a Coldharbour Lane , Brixton , London SW9 8RU

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