Autism Awareness & Acceptance Exhibition: 9th-13th April 2024

We are excited to launch this year’s Autism Awareness & Acceptance (AAA) Exhibition, featuring award-winning 11-year old GUBA Rising Star and multi-disciplinary artist, Ama Antwiwaa Amponsah. The AAA exhibition seeks to highlight and celebrate extraordinary talent and raise awareness around autism.

Join us to view our AAA Exhibition starting from Tuesday 9th April (private view by invitation only) to Saturday 13th April at The Tabernacle Art Gallery, 34-35 Powis Sq, Notting Hill, London W11 2AY. The exhibition is free entry and will be open to the public on 10th to 13th April.

The GUBA Foundation’s Autism Awareness & Acceptance (AAA) Exhibition is an initiative designed to showcase the talents of visual artists, with a particular emphasis on the creative abilities of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The exhibition aims to promote understanding, acceptance and identifying unique talents for individuals on the autism spectrum whilst challenging the stigma often associated with autism especially in the black and ethnic minority communities.

GUBA Foundation supports the artistic expression of neuro-diverse individuals, providing a medium for communication and self-expression, thereby challenging stereotypes and eliminating the stigma associated with autism. Through AAA exhibitions, we hope to reshape perceptions and contribute to a more inclusive, neuro-diverse and supportive environment for individuals with autism.

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