Art Program


  • Increasing self esteem
  • Analytical and problem solving skill development
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Financial independence

The motivations and objectives of ISN’s Art Program are as diverse as our clientele.

Art teachers and staff work together with individuals to create arts and crafts projects. These projects are a way of engaging the individuals in the expressive and physical exploration of themselves and their relationship with the world.

Each project takes into consideration the individual’s capabilities and skill levels, while at the same time asking them to extend themselves and to try new and challenging projects.

Goals, Benefits and Objectives:

  • Increasing consumer self esteem
  • Motor skill development
  • Analytical and problem solving skill development
  • Peer interaction
  • Increased community interest, support and involvement in consumer’s lives
  • Personal growth and opportunity for expression
  • Financial independence
  • Interpersonal skills

Arts and Crafts classes are taught at each of ISN’s day program sites.

Activities include painting, multi media art, book making, craftwork and field trips to museums and galleries.

The consumers are offered chances to exhibit and sell their work.

If you would like to learn more about ISN's Art Program, please e-mail Annie Clark at:







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