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KLIATTThe audiobook is reviewed in this issue of KLIATT. To quote from that review: "Ten years ago Tim Lefens ...met eight handicapped young people who were eager to try their hand (wheels, really) at creating modern art. By spreading acrylic gel on canvas on the floor, students could make pictures by driving their wheelchairs across the surface. Eventually the students were featured on "Eye on America" and had art exhibits all over the country... The A.R.T. (Artistic Realization Techniques) program founded by Lefens is still providing an important outlet for handicapped children. Now children of four, five, and six can express themselves using lasers. Some use video camera, create music, and make sculptures. This book is the inspirational story of the power of art to change lives." KLIATT Codes: SA-Recommended for senior high school students, advanced students, and adults. 2002, Beacon Press, 216p., Ages 15 to adult.
— Janet Julian