Why? 

Cloud-Burst is dedicated to making neurodiversity the norm by showcasing individuals whose work helps de-stigmatize labels
Our Me? We! Project support initiatives like The Art Of Inclusion that reaches out to the Public by asking people to share a canvas.

 
ARTIST GEE VERO  -  FOUNDER,   THE ART OF INCLUSION

ARTIST GEE VERO  -  FOUNDER,   THE ART OF INCLUSION

 
 COLLABORATING ARTIST -  SIR BEN KINGSLEY

 COLLABORATING ARTIST -  SIR BEN KINGSLEY

 

The Art Of Inclusion 

While she may not have been the first artist to collaborate, Gee Vero is undoubtedly the first and only to offer her own art as a blank canvas on which others can express their own thoughts about autism. 

 

 

Share my canvas. What a wonderful, intelligent and disarming request to make of a stranger... so wonderful in fact that we asked Gee if we could borrow it.
 

 
The Art Of Inclusion - a dream for promoting tolerance, acceptance and inclusion of people with autism is spreading rapidly through the social networks of more than 250 public figures who have risen to her challenge.

 
 
 


 

Collaboration breaks down the barriers between people.
Collaborate and share a canvas with Gee and three fellow artists

 

Frank Louis Allen
An artist losing his eyesight declares "The Doodle shall Prevail - I scream as I pick up my pen and run into the night....."

Kevin Hosseini A young man whose work has graced Washington, D.C. and St. Petersburg, Russia can't find a friendly face in his own home town

Kevin Hosseini
A young man whose work has graced Washington, D.C. and St. Petersburg, Russia can't find a friendly face in his own home town

Aaron Feinstein Co-developer with Elaine Hall of The Miracle Project  (HBO Emmy Award) bringing teens together in performance theater

Aaron Feinstein
Co-developer with Elaine Hall of The Miracle Project  (HBO Emmy Award) bringing teens together in performance theater

 

This Me? We! project is a collaboration between
Gee Vero, Debra Hosseini whose Art Of Autism project has exhibited the work of 400 spectrum artists in 25 exhibitions and CBTV


Shared canvases will be incorporated into an interactive art installation serving as centerpiece for neurodiversity events