Upcoming Events

Autism Pensacola, in conjunction with Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, is bringing a unique program to our community that enables music creativity through an easily accessible software called Musiquest. Musiquest can be virtually used anywhere at any time. The application gives children the capacity and the tools to create their own music through interactive lessons and self-application.

There is a strong body of evidence that music is an effective, non-verbal pathway to personal expression and emotional release for people with Autism-Spectrum-Disorder, Down Syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy. The music application has many benefits from music therapy, self-expression, guided lessons, and socio-emotional learning. And not only is the application easily accessible but it also affordable for families.  

Autism Pensacola will be conducting a pilot program in which participants will be able to use Musiquest free of charge. The program will start in February and run through May, Autism Pensacola is looking for participants who are willing to use the program at least once a week. For more information on taking part in the pilot program please contact Jenny Perez at info@autismpensacola.org or (239) 227-6699.

        

February 1, 2019

Musiquest Pilot Program

Autism Pensacola, in conjunction with Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, is bringing a unique program to our community
January 11, 2019

P.U.R.E Empowerment Center Coffee Social

Each Friday, meaningful relationships are built through socializing and participating in exercise and nutrition training as well as time for art therapy after.
November 28, 2018

Limited-edition Christmas cards by artists with autism

Autism Pensacola has a limited quantity of our 10-pack Christmas cards, designed by artists with autism. Each pack is available for a donation of $15. You can order your pack of 10 cards online.
October 27, 2018

Spooktacular at PMA

PMA Spooktacular, Oct. 27, 4 to 7 p.m., $5 for children over 3
June 18, 2018

Creative Camp at PMA

2018's summer Creative Camp at the Pensacola Museum of Art is designed specifically for children on the autism spectrum and other related abilities. June 18- June 22
April 28, 2018

Local autism artist show at First City

Local artist Joey Shuttleworth will be displaying his designs at First City Art Center this Saturday, April 28, from 2 to 6 p.m.
April 26, 2018

Painting with Katie – Parents Night of Fun

On Thursday, April 26, join artist and autism mom Katie Owens for a fun night of painting. Starting at 6 p.m., she’ll walk you through creating your very own masterpiece.
January 1, 2018

Art Academy kicks off new session in January

The Pensacola Museum of Art's Art Academy for Autism is an arts education initiative designed for children and adults on the spectrum. The program focuses on nurturing artistic development and abstract thinking skills within a group environment. This is a free program and has limited availability. At the end of the semester, classes have an art exhibition for parents and friends.
November 29, 2017

PMA’s Art Academy for Autism opens new session

The Pensacola Museum of Art’s Art Academy for Autism is an arts education initiative designed for
February 15, 2017

API partners with PMA for Art Academy for Autism

API is proud to sponsor this season’s Art Academy for Autism, an arts education initiative designed