Where Autistic Artists Thrive!
Est. in 2017 in Atlanta, GA. Now in (7) additional markets!
Los Angeles, CA
House of Artists Foundation's Camp Artism is the heroic home championing autistic artists via phenomenal breakthroughs in mobility, disaster preparedness, independent living, workforce development with an electric pursuit of creative careers in voice over, video editing, graphic design, driver training w/police interactions, fire safety, culinary arts, custom art creations, animation, underwater videography, photography, friendships, and more, with a 95% retention rate! Our specialty vocational training program is centered around performing arts related to the TV & Film industry and independent living skills for artists with autism ages 12 and up.
Our days start at 8am and wrap at 4pm and currently occur in (7) different locations throughout the United States + Canada.
Champions for community growth and resiliance!
House of Artists Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, champions mobility, disaster preparedness + relief, social skills, and workforce development for autistic artists centered around creative arts, while constantly advancing forward thinking and planning for citizens living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their circles of support.
Starring a pronounced focus on efficacy, agency, and autonomy that champion representational language through art; translating life skills, employability, and vocational training with a conscious universal design for living (UDL).
Our vocational training is related to the TV/Film industry + independent living skills in addition to explorative efforts for exceptional employment.
A one-stop-shop for performing artists with autism! House of Artists Foundation's Camp Artism is the heroic home championing autistic artists via phenomenal breakthroughs in driver training w/police interactions, fire safety training, voice over, video editing, graphic design, culinary arts, custom art creations, animation, underwater videography, photography, friendships, and more, with a 95% retention rate!
In 2016, House of Artists Foundation was founded by actress and philanthropist; Ashley Drayton, who grew up attending summer camps in South Carolina which motivated her to create House of Artists Foundation.
Enhance, promote, and provide viable creative arts employment for artists with special needs and their families, globally.