Video: "The Big Swanky Art Show," featuring work by artists with autism, opening tonight during Paseo Gallery Walk
Autism Oklahoma and Youth and Family Services teamed up to give 11 young adults with autism who go by the name Bee Knees the chance to work with one another for one week during an art camp. The artwork created in this camp will be featured in “The Big Swanky Art Show,” on view at Rainbow Fleet, 3024 Paseo Drive
The opening reception for the exhibit will be from 6 to 10 tonight at Rainbow Fleet during the monthly Paseo Gallery Walk.
NewsOK video host Angi Bruss recently sat down with Dee Blose, director of Youth and Family Services, and her Blose’s son David, one of the participants in the show, to talk about “The Big Swanky Art Show.”
For more information, go to http://autismoklahoma.org/Events.
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