Exhibition and Bazaar from Syn-exelixi
Exhibition and Bazaar with pulp constructions made by the Syn-exelixi's children "with their hands".
Ferenciki Tsambarli from Polytropon led the workshops and helped children with autism and their parents create small and large works of art. Using papier-mâché, the favorite material of the Fereniks and the children, make magnificent constructions, showing that with will and diligent work, everything can change. Tsambarli showed us that children with autism can do wonders if supported accordingly.
Visitors to the fair discussed the problems of autism with parents and children, and sharing solutions. OpenSpace will continue our work with Syn-exelixi and its children. Watch for more news in the near future.