‘Spectrum’ artworks spark life

Most of the artworks picture different perspectives of the young artists as they interpreted them from their own styles. Some of them even used indigenous and natural materials like seeds

BAGUIO CITY — Students from the St. John Paul II Learning Center Inc. on Monday showcased their artistic talents manifested through their paintings and art media SM Baguio City.

Dubbed “Beyond the Spectrum,” St. Paul Learning Center highlighted the experience of being into the imaginative world of people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability.

In partnership and at the same time sponsorship of the SM City Baguio and with the support of the Baguio City Government, the children display their artworks on canvas highlighting their abilities to translate their particular views of the world to their own art pieces.

“For people living in the spectrum, they may have difficulties with language or social skills, exhibit limited and repetitive patterns of behavior, but they tend to find it more natural to express themselves without words, in the form of art,” the school said.

Most of the artworks picture different perspectives of the young artists as they interpreted them from their own styles. Some of them even used indigenous and natural materials like seeds.

Baguio City Councilor Arthur Allad-iw said that the exhibit will be able to deliver the message that all despite their own disabilities and limitations can inspire their fellow people moreover people who have no disabilities.


Read more Daily Tribune stories at: https://tribune.net.ph/

Follow us on social media
Facebook: @tribunephl
Youtube: TribuneNow
Twitter: @tribunephl
Instagram: @tribunephl
TikTok: @dailytribuneofficial