The benefits of arts education and activities for children with learning disabilities

From building confidence to developing motor skills, it’s important that parents know that the arts can and should play a vital role in their child’s development. I was recently contacted by Lillian Brooks from Learning Disabilities.Info offering to share their information about how art can be a vital component in the education for children with disabilities. Studies show that children with autism, dyslexia, verbal skills and much more can benefit from exposure to the arts. I invite you to learn more about this valuable resource, and thank you, Lillian, for opening our eyes to the extended benefits of art in our world.

Lisa Youngdahl is in Gallery Show

Congratulations to Lisa Youngdahl who's "Being Koi" has just been accepted into the Art Up Front gallery show in Wheaton. Opening reception is Friday, May 25th from 6:-9:00 at the Willow Creek Wheaton Ministry Center, 315 W. Front Street, Wheaton.

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