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2007 Traveling Art Show

As part of the 2007 COSAC Autism Ambassador Program, Suzann Brucato provided a series of Autism Awareness presentations against the backdrop of the HAP Traveling Art Show

In recognition of Autism Awareness month, the Middletown Main Library in Middletown NJ displayed a set of posters including the works of Ryha Gavin, Megan Miller, and students at High Road School. 

YMCA Camp Arrowhead in Marlboro opened the Traveling Art Show with a series of presentations to adults, children, teachers, and camp counselors. 

Beachwood Nursery School in Beachwood NJ invited parents to a morning and afternoon presentation to learn about autism and how adults with autism can find ways to participate and contribute in the community in which they live.  Suzann talked with the children about the artwork and shared face-painting caterpillars and butterflies, explaining how our real beauty is sometimes hidden within. 

The Art Show finale included a three-part presentation with the fifth graders at Lincroft Elementary School through which the children became Junior Autism Ambassadors, sharing what they learned with other students, parents, and members of the community.  As part of an art-exchange project, the children also created art work expressing how them "participate" and "contribute".  Their art work was combined with handcrafted pictures from children at the Interactive Playground & Wellness Center in Freehold NJ.  The resulting HAP Quilt was on display at both schools through 2007. 

    

    

2007 HAP Traveling Art Show Photo Album

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Middletown Main Library - Middletown NJ

April 2007 - National Autism Awareness Month

     

YMCA Camp Arrowhead - Marlboro NJ

April 2007 - Grand Opening of the HAP Traveling Art Show

      

Beachwood Nursery School - Beachwood NJ

May 2007 - HAP Traveling Art Show & Face Painting

    

Lincroft Elementary School - Lincroft NJ

and Interactive Playground & Wellness Center - Freehold NJ

June 2007 - Junior Autism Awareness Presentation &
Art-Exchange Community Program

    

    

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