Sinai Schools’ art show set for June 1
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Sinai Schools’ art show set for June 1

This piece of art was created by a Sinai student. It is among the work for sale next Wednesday night.
This piece of art was created by a Sinai student. It is among the work for sale next Wednesday night.

Art is a powerful tool for self-expression, especially for children who have special needs that involve difficulty with language and communication, or emotional challenges. In the four years since Sinai Schools established its art program, art therapist Sarah Tarzik has facilitated significant breakthroughs with her students, and has helped them create astonishing, beautiful artwork.

BL04-L-sinai-2-0527The community is invited to Unique Inspirations, a free student art show. There, the school will auction some of the works Sinai students made over the course of this year through its groundbreaking art therapy program. The show is sponsored by Bear Givers, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering children who have special needs.

BL05-L-sinai-5-0527Sinai Schools encourages the community to meet the young artists, and to support Sinai by buying artwork or commissioning a canvas. The show provides visitors the unique opportunity to gain insight into how children with a wide range of special needs see the world and express their feelings through art. One hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit Sinai Schools’ scholarship fund.

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