Art + Autism Fall Workshop

October 28, 2023, 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Dive into the movement of art making in This is Not Black and White. Through a welcome activity, we will use stencils to create patterns in a collaborative work and discuss how we can visit an art museum. When ready, we will move into the gallery and participate in hands-on artwork-related activities that focus on making, writing skills and self affirming statements. We will enjoy a snack of goldfish and juice or water before moving into the studio activity. During this time, we will provide materials to make large abstract paintings with a variety of tools for participants to choose from.

All sessions are developed and instructed by Plains Art Museum Education Staff and Special Education professionals for families with children with Autism. Parents/caregivers may request an orientation prior to the event – contact cprafcke@plainsart.org to schedule.


Events Calendar

December 2016

Other Exhibitions

Convergence: Health & Creativity

November 16, 2024 - April 13, 2025
New Work by Anne Labovitz

Taking inspiration from a holistic nature of human experience, Convergence: Heath & Creativity - New Work by Anne Labovitz is a body of work by noted international and Minnesota-based artist Anne Labovitz.

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The Queer Ecology Hanky Project

June 17, 2024 - January 19, 2025

The Queer Ecology Hanky Project (QEHP) is an ongoing traveling exhibition organized by Vee Adams and Mary Tremonte that features over one hundred and twenty artists from across North America.

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A Little Grey For Color

July 13, 2024 - March 31, 2025

Donald D. Powell, a Fargo native, was a prolific, award-winning architect and a keen art collector. Powell amassed a sizeable collection of European and American modern art in an array of media. He donated much of his impressive collection to the Plains Art Museum in several installments in 1999, 2000, 2002-3, 2005-9, and 2013.

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Emma Katka

May 25, 2024 - August 25, 2024
Glimmers of Nostalgia for a Place You’ve Never Been

Emma Katka, a self-taught artist from Grand Forks, ND, seeks solace through emotive photography and collage. Her stomping grounds for creation are often abandoned buildings, the open prairie, old magazines, and wherever inspiration illuminates moments within daily life.

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