Bored with basketball? Can’t stand the thought of baseball season starting up again? Not interested in seeing “Jurassic Park” in three dimensions? Looking for something more artsy and classy to do this weekend?
“Sometimes Art” is an exhibition of artwork by students and young adult participants of the Center for Autism Education.
The center has chosen to keep the artists’ anonymous, so if you’re looking for Andrew’s work it will be displayed as No. 50. Of course, if you’ve been paying attention you should recognize Andrew’s artwork without an identifier.
The exhibit runs through June 3. There will be an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. The artist will be there for the early part of the proceedings along with his mother. He will be taking commissions. Rates are reasonable.