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Caroline inspired by Artistic Spectrum

chaplin_einstein.jpgCaroline Flint was given a sneak preview of some Famous Faces as you haven’t seen them before, when she visited Artistic Spectrum Ltd, in Thorne.

The Don Valley MP popped into The Artspace, to visit the Award winning project, which provides art therapy for people with autism and meet Emma Wilson, the coordinator.

Said Caroline: “I can see why Artistic Spectrum have won awards. Their work is very impressive.  They have 80 participants from all over Doncaster, coming to Thorne because of these inspirational workshops.  I hope Emma and her colleagues get the national recognition they deserve.”

inspecting_work.jpgEmma Wilson runs project workshops three days a week in association with Autism Plus.

Artistic Spectrum recently won a Doncaster CVS “Most Inspiring Organisation” Award.

PHOTO SHOWS: Caroline and Emma looking at work produced as part of the Famous Faces Project.

 

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