ANCA provides international recognition for artists, poets, scientists and creatives on the spectrum through their magazine, website, radio shows, and awards ceremonies.
Arts and Healing Network is an online resource celebrating the connection between arts and healing.
Art Enables located in Washington D.C. is a studio and gallery for emerging artists with developmental disabilities. Artists can sell their art and make an income.
Artists with Autism – Promoting Micro-Enterprising, Providing Opportunities, Creating Independence
Art Walk for Kids/Adults focuses on benefiting artists with special needs and at risk, youth and adults, through a curriculum of art education. Located in Santa Barbara, California.
Autism Brainstorm is an interactive, autism community. They regularly feature artists on the spectrum.
The Autism File Magazine features art work of an individual on the spectrum in each of its issues.
The Autism Highway is a community that raises consciousness about the gifts of autism. They have coloring books and chalk festivals in California.
Autism Movement Therapy provides children with autism a world of fun and exciting sensory/motor experiences. Many locations across the United States.
Autistic Services, Inc. gives people with autism the opportunity to get involved in the visual and performing arts. Located in Williamsville, New York
Autism Spectrum Center has an annual autism art gala in October. They are located in San Luis Obispo, California
Autistry Studios offers innovative vocational support and programs in Marin County, California
Awe in Autism provides inspiration and encouragement to those affected by autism. They do this through their website and live shows.
With a Brush of Love transforms the lives of children on the spectrum through their surroundings.
Exceptional Minds is a nonprofit vocational center and animation studio for young adults on the autism spectrum. Located in Sherman Oaks, California.
The Good Purpose Gallery displays art by professionals who embrace the mission of the Student Education Development Fund (SEDF) for the College Internship Program (CIP). They display art of many artists on the autism spectrum. Located in Lee, Massachusetts.
Harambeearts partners with grassroots programs in Africa to train local caregivers to provide art programs to volunerable children and adults, many who are autistic.
HeART of the Spectrum Autistic Community Center is an art gallery and art mentoring program that fosters independence, expression, and recognition through creativity. Located in Seattle, Washington.
Hidden Wings is a program in Solvang, California that provides art, recreation, drumming, and technology programs to young adults on the autism spectrum.
I Can Do That! brings art to 3,000 K – 12th graders in Sacramento – 70 percent who have mental, emotional, developmental or physical disabilities.
Inclusion Films is a practical film workshop for people with developmental disabilities. Locations across the United States.
Inklude.org is a community based art and design studio located in Naperville, Illinois. They commission with their artists products.
Inside Out Productions is a commercial art and sewing enterprise which allows artists to make commissions. They have a studio in the Los Angeles area and are a part of L.A. Goal
JSDD’s Wellness, Arts Enrichment (WAE) Center’s Art Access Program offers programs such as writing, poetry, and painting. Located in Lyndhurst, New Jersey.
KindTree serves and celebrates people on the spectrum through art, recreation, and community. They offer a variety of opportunities for artists around the globe. Located in Eugene, Oregon.
The Miracle Project enables children and teens with autism and other special needs to express themselves through music, dance, acting, story, and writing. Locations in California and New York.
Paint a Miracle is an innovative studio and art gallery serving people with disabilites in Rochester, Michigan.
Positively Autistic is an autism awareness organization that has among other things blogtalk radio shows.
Powerlight Studios founded by teenager on the spectrum, gives opportunities to autistic animators and illustrators.
Pure Vision Arts (PVA) studio provides an environment that facilitates the opportunity for socialization, sharing of ideas and peer mentoring while working in a supportive atmosphere. Located in Manhattan, NYC
Squag is an interactive, safe networking community for children on the spectrum. They feature art work of artists on the spectrum.
Strokes of Genius purpose is to educate and empower individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) by promoting their artistic abilities.
The Studio at Living Opportunities provides workshops, instruction, and events to promote independence, individuality, creativity and income for artists with a range of disabilities. Located in Medford, Oregon.
Studioworks/Zoom Group – provides artists in the Louisville, Kentucky region opportunities
Tierra Del Sol has an art gallery in Claremont, California and a comprehensive program for adults in Tujunga, California.
VSA Arts is an international organization that provides education and opportunities to artists with disabilities. They have research studies and information for parents and artists on their website.