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Zot Artz – Arts for All Professional Development Workshop



Zot ArtzOn December 5th 2013, we will be hosting a Zot Artz – Arts for All Professional Development Workshop, sponsored by FDLRS Crown.  This exciting, fun filled workshop aimed at educators, artists, and community service providers will teach participants how to use the Zot Artz – Arts for All tools created by acclaimed guest artist and inventor Dwayne Szot.

The Zot Artz – Arts for All art tools, are one-of-a-kind products that offer individuals of all abilities an opportunity for creative expression through arts and mobility. The Zot Artz – Arts for All tools are designed so participants with limited movement or lack of fine motor skills can be successful in using what mobility they have to create, paint, draw, print, and more. Individuals roll out paint and draw with chalk – all while working on mobility skills and coordination through creative expression. The Zot Artz – Arts for All adaptive painting and printmaking tools are available for community use through The Cummer Museum.   Please contact Deborah Corbett for more information at 904.355.0630 or

For more information on this exciting creative process, please visit the Zot Artz website or watch this video demonstration of Wheel Chair Painting.

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