Artz Quest is intended to open up a monthly time and space for people on the spectrum to interact creatively with an art form, and socially within a supportive and caring environment. Artz Quest is a monthly 2 hour creative and social meet up for people on the spectrum, their families and friends. Artz Quests are designed for all abilities and ages and feature local visual artists, performers and musicians. 
Artz Quest

Artz Quest takes place once a month on designated Sundays
at 
The Center for Applied Drama & Autism
The Evans Building -- Basement Suite 200
333 S. Main Street
Akron, OH 44308

From 2 - 4 pm.
Includes a social snack time.
All materials are included.

Suggested donation — $10 per person or Pay What You Can.

Sponsored in part by The Center for Applied Drama & Autism
and
The Akron Community Foundation's  Millennium Fund for Children
Using torn tissue, glue and our imagination, a landscape is created.






With a few snips of our scissors and a staple or two our landscape takes a dramatic 3-dimensional turn!





Using a modeling material we will sculpt a figure to inhabit the landscape.



Next we take ourselves to the stage to explore through improv where the landscape of the mind has taken us.

What will you discover? 
Anne Alexander is an artist, musician, art therapist and theatre person from Akron, Ohio. Anne earned a BFA in Theatre and BA in Visual Art from Otterbein College and an MA in Art Therapy from Ursuline College. Her favorite things include playing with Celtic band The Mickeys, hiking, studying voice with Ron Hazelett at West Side Vocal Academy, fencing epee and creating art and theatre with YOU!

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