Library to Share Works by Autistic Artists

“Discovering What is Underneath” opens July 9

The Howland Public Library in Beacon will host an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 9, for Xposure: Discovering What is Underneath, an exhibition of work created by adult artists in the Anderson Center for Autism’s Expressive Outcomes program. The exhibit will be on display through Aug. 6 during library hours at 313 Main St.

Artwork by Bryan and Sabrina (image provided) 

Artwork by Bryan and Sabrina (image provided)

The Anderson Center for Autism, located in Staatsburg, is a non-profit organization that provides programming for children and adults with autism. Its Expressive Outcomes program held its first art exhibit in 2004. At the exhibitions, artists discuss their inspiration, techniques and ideas. For more information, visit andersoncenterforautism.org.


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