The purpose of Life On the Spectrum is to start a conversation on the topic of autism and neurodivergence. A celebration of our differences.
Artists who participate in this gallery exhibition are tasked with creating a piece of any medium they choose as long as it addresses the given prompt: Both neurodivergent and neurotypical artists were encouraged to apply and draw on their personal experiences with autism. Let’s all come together to talk about what it really means to be on the spectrum.
Life on the Spectrum is an Art To Change the World Intern project designed by Rose Cooper
Her website: www.rosesimaginarium.com not only displays her work, but also the work of other fine artists she collaborates with from the twin cities. Painter, storyteller