Open Hours: Itineris–Crossroads of Art and Autism

November 16 · 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Free
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Itineris is committed to meaningful employment, community engagement, and dignity of choice for adults with autism. The non-profit envisions a community where every person living with ASD is able to live, work, and recreate as independently as possible.

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Explore the crossroads of art and autism with artists from Itineris. Hear what inspires these artists with autism to create and how their art paves the way to a more inclusive neurodiverse future.

About Itineris

Itineris is committed to meaningful employment, community engagement, and dignity of choice for adults with autism. The non-profit envisions a community where every person living with ASD is able to live, work, and recreate as independently as possible.

About Open Hours

Individuals or organizations that question, challenge, or expand traditional systems of knowledge and power are invited to propose and present an Open Hours program, hosted by the BMA. Critical, informative, participatory, or just plain fun, Open Hours events are free, open to the public. For more information or to propose a program, please contact Dave Eassa at deassa@artbma.org.

Explore the crossroads of art and autism with artists from Itineris. Hear what inspires these artists with autism to create and how their art paves the way to a more inclusive neurodiverse future.

Itineris is committed to meaningful employment, community engagement, and dignity of choice for adults with autism. The non-profit envisions a community where every person living with ASD is able to live, work, and recreate as independently as possible.

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