March 30th, 2018
Thanks to Carleton University School of Journalism and Communication for allowing several of your wonderful and passionate students visit theSpace back in February and film a snapshot of what goes on day-to-day while also highlighting some of our amazing members.
Check it out below at The 25th Hour's website.
March 1st, 2018
Camp Registration for Spring and Summer 2018 is open now!
Register now for our Creative Workshop Summer Program
June 4th – August 31st
theSpace is a new creative studio which offers a range of activity sessions for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities aged 16 and up.
Our creative studio offers a safe third space where everyone can find their own special interest--and spark a new passion for learning or expanding existing skills and abilities!
Our inclusive and non-judgmental process includes customized sessions run our talented and experienced facilitators, insuring that learning through doing and sharing your own experience and identity with others is encouraged.
Description of Camps
Come for a day--or stay for the week---discover all the amazing possibilities that occur when you combine your interests and identity with your creativity and technology.
-Enjoy hanging out in our Creative Studio for adults and make new friends!
-Learn how to use new programs, software, apps and tech such as green screens
-Create several works of art and combine them into one masterpiece!
-Practice and enhance your skill set by designing video, audio and visual projects.
-Find out how easy computers and programs can be and how handy they are!
-Learn to share and promote your talents, skills and how everything connects while having fun!
-Spark your creativity by learning how easy and fun it can be to use tech!
-Meet other adults who have similar interests and also like sharing their passions
-Take home what you learn at theSpace and wow! your family
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FEBRUARY 5th, 2018
We are proud to publish our very first full edition of the McArthur! A month long project created by our regular members who together, shared their passion, interest and talents. We plan to continue to write, edit and publish our newspaper and expand our online version. It's been a lot of fun seeing everyone combine their knowledge of writing with computers, cameras and various writing software. The articles, ads, opinions and travel blogs reflect the diverse range of skills and hard work each person has contributed.
Read below or visit us on Patreon