In Norfolk, middle and high school students with autism created self-portraits and other visual artwork as part of the final year of our Arts Adventures residency via Norfolk Arts grantee. Arts for Learning Virginia. Led by A4L’s Sarah Evans, students explored the five different social-emotional learning competencies.

Their individual art pieces will be combined to form a collage that will be on display on the first floor of Norfolk City Hall from December 12 to February 2.

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