Autism: Life in Colour exhibition opens in Glasgow

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Autism Network Scotland and Autism Initiatives launched the Glasgow stage of the Autism: Life in Colour exhibition at the DNA Gallery on Tuesday 29th of October.

 

A range of guests enjoyed the Autism:Life in Colour exhibition preview before it was formally opened to the public.  Our photo shows Autism Network Scotland Co-ordinator Emma Hanley with Richard Ibbotson, Autism Initiatives and Councillor Stephen Dornan, Glasgow City Council at the preview event.

 

The Autism: Life in Colour project invited people with autism to submit photos and videos taken on April 2nd 2013, World Autism Awareness Day. The project aimed to provide a visual representation of what life is like for people with autism in Scotland.

 

This popular exhibition, which shows some of the best photographs submitted, has already shown in Edinburgh, Perth, Aberdeen and Inverness and will now remain in Glasgow at the DNA Gallery 12-16 South Frederick Street, Glasgow until the 11th of November 2013.

 

If you haven’t seen this fantastic exhibition already, Autism: Life in Colour will show at the DNA Gallery,  12- 16 South Frederick Street, Glasgow, G1 1JH from 29th October to 11th  November. The gallery is open daily from 11am. Entry is free.

Thanks to Morrisons and Sainsbury’s for donating refreshments for the event launch.

For further details on the A:LIC project please visit the Autism: Life in Colour website at www.autismlifeincolour.org.uk/

or contact Autism Network Scotland – 0141 444 8146 or email autism.network@strath.ac.uk