In this exhibition, autistic artists use art to express themselves and as a way to bring up conversation with others. An individual’s autism may affect the way they perceive the world and their ability to communicate. The arts – visual and written, as in poetry, are a way for autistic individuals to express the way they view and experience the world.
The annual Herndon Pyramid Art Show is open to the community and will feature artwork created by students from Aldrin Elementary, Armstrong Elementary, Clearview Elementary, Dranesville Elementary, Herndon Elementary, Hutchison Elementary, Herndon Middle, and Herndon High School. The upcoming exhibit will showcase a wealth of artistic talent found in the students of the Herndon community.
ArtSpace Herndon presents the 8th Annual Mind, Heart, Vision Exhibit showcasing extraordinary artworks by Herndon High School art students embarking upon their senior thesis. This ‘must see’ exhibit includes computer graphics, fine art photography, and studio art.