We are excited to announce our partnership with Utah Museum of Contemporary Art and the upcoming events that we will be co-hosting! Jared at UMOCA has put together an amazing program for our ETL families. It will be a judgement free zone filled with art and acceptance.
This event will be held every other month of 2014 on the third Saturday of the month at 11:00am. This is a FREE event but we would like a general number of those who will be attending. If you are interested please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 801-532-4331. We are so excited and look forward to seeing you all there!
Date: Saturday 1/18
20 South West Temple SLC
Lines- With any writing tool of your choosing draw as many lines as you can on four different pieces of
paper. Once you’ve finished the line drawing, you will organize them onto a four panel composition. The
composition can be anything; it could be a grid, a vertical line, a horizontal line, a diagonal line, etc., as
long as the pages touch in some way. Finally, the drawing will be attached to each other, based on your
composition, to create the finished product.
Date: Saturday 3/15
Plane: Texture Collage- Using flat sheets of textured paper, or a texture you create on your own by
folding or crumpling a piece of paper, you will think about the last project and how you organized your
line drawing, to create a collage on a sheet of colored paper as your background. The texture pieces can
be placed next to each other or layered on one another (to create new textures) or placed far from each
other to allow for a smooth to textured look and feel.
Stay tuned for additional project lists!! and don't forget to RSVP!
To provide a place for parents and family members to meet and share experience, strength, give hope and awareness, to other families who have similar experiences raising children with ADD/ADHD, SPD, Anxiety, ASD, mental health diagnosis, developmental and behavioral challenges. Through sharing in this experience of raising these hard to raise kids, we grow stronger and more resilient.