Focus loves Tempe – Special Virtual Art workshops for Tempe Kids Starting May 16th

** We are currently accepting new students! Please apply today ** GROUP C STARTS MAY 16th. PLEASE SIGN UP TODAY **

Focus is one of the world’s first autistic super heroes. Project Focus maintains dignity for autistic individuals by removing the stigma. Focus runs a free virtual art camp via zoom. We champion autistic and special needs kids.

Certified Social Cultural Anthropologist and award-winning Artist Yvonne Wan, and Certified Art Teacher and award-winning Artist Douglas Hebert have created a special 5-week superhero art course for Tempe kids (Kids who live or study in Tempe). The students will learn to draw themselves as a super hero along side Focus and a bank robber.

Students will receive a certificate of achievement upon completion of the course. The certificate will feature the students pencil art, which will be colored digitally by Yvonne Wan. The certificate will resemble a Focus comic book cover.

The classes will be once a week for 5 weeks. The classes are every Sunday at 3pm to 4pm. If you prefer to attend classes on a different week day and time, please reach out to us and we will try and accommodate your schedule.

Please email us at: [email protected] with the following information if you are interested in applying for a free place on this five week course. 1. Name of student. 2. Age of student 3. City of residence. 4. Parents name. 5. Parents email. 6. Parents telephone number.

We have limited places available for Tempe kids for this course, so please apply as soon as you can.

The students will be provided free art education via zoom. This 5 week art class is partially funded by a City of Tempe community arts grant”.

The kid’s art will be displayed online as part of an online art exhibit. There will also be a highlights film at the end of the course that showcases local special needs talent.

The five-week course provides a unique arts/culture opportunity for Tempe Kids. It inspires and develop social and artistic skills of underrepresented artists and cultural groups. The course also builds community relations; meet a community need and expand participation through arts/culture.

Visit focuscomic.com to learn more about the lesson plans relating to this course.