Focus Comic Art Summer Camp. Free for autistic kids and young adults – Week 8

We had a successful art workshop last Saturday, where autistic kids and their family members painted/glazed their family clay hand print plaques. The family project enabled kids to gain a strong sense of self, identity, kinship and family. They also had the opportunity to make new friends similar to them, and spend time with their family members working on a fun family project together.

Students also took the opportunity to complete other projects that they had previously started.

Yvonne also provided some of the students some professional photography lessons in class to, so they can learn how to use the photo booth and show case their art online.

Please visit our facebook page to see all the complimentary family photography and films that Yvonne (the creator of Focus, and certified social cultural anthropologist) made to document this experience for the families attending.

Please scroll down to to watch some of the new hand print ceremonies, kids talk about their projects, and also prize giving ceremonies to some of our students for successfully completing their first project. Also see some of the photos that we took.

Here at Focus comic free summer camp for autistic kids and young adults, we offer our students a free goodie bag for students who successfully complete their first project with us. Check out the following prize giving ceremonies:

We are proud supporters of the arts.

We would like to give special thanks to the following contributors to the Focus comic summer camp:

Desert Dragon Pottery Studio: Providing the space to teach. For firing the clay. For providing the glazes.

Laguna and Marjons for providing the clay.

AAG for providing the paints for this week.

The summer camp is organized by : Focus comic.

Teaching, photography and films are provided by Focus comic. Teachers this week: Douglas Hebert and Yvonne Wan.

Please support us by purchasing a copy of Focus comic or participating in our silent auction.

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