Arts for Autism


April 2014 | “Through Our Eyes: Showcasing the Work of Artists with Autism”


June 1, 2013 | World Folk Music Association Benefit Concert


Folk music fans had a rare opportunity to experience legendary folk musicians while supporting Madison House Autism Foundation at a benefit concert sponsored by the World Folk Music Association. Artists included: Tom Paxton, Noel Paul Stookey, Christine Lavin, Buskin & Batteau, and Mack Bailey. Not only was this a night of music, but visual art as well. Sixteen artists on the autism spectrum showcased their works during the show, and many of their pieces were sold at auction. It was truly an event to remember, and Madison House expresses gratitude to all of the performers, participants, and attendees that took part in making this special evening possible.

Jalynn Prince addresses the house with a hopeful message:



Watch as Mack Bailey surprises us all when he debuts his original piece, “With a Friend Like You”, written in honor of Madison House and celebrating the special bonds between Neurotypicals and Autistics. A special thanks to John Frank for filming this special performance.



To read more about the WFMA benefit concert, please click here.




In celebration of National Autism Awareness Month, Madison House teamed up with Johns Hopkins University and dozens of local and national artists on the autism spectrum to create “Autistic. Artistic. A Life Ahead.”  This exhibit, which ran April 2 through June 1, 2012, gave artistic expression to the issues, challenges and miracles of living as an adult with autism. Click here to view the art catalogue.

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