Photography is an art form that is accessible to individuals of all ages and abilities. CEPA is honored to partner with some of the best organizations in Buffalo to bring arts education to people with special needs—whether developmental, social, or otherwise.
Participants study and practice a variety of photographic processes, including:
Below are a few examples of past programs.
During a four-week program, students from Autism Services, Inc. visit CEPA to learn about the art of photography, empowering them by tapping into their natural artistic abilities.
In partnership with Starlight Studio & Art Gallery and Preservation Buffalo Niagara, CEPA’s program helps adults with disability explore the art of photography by connecting with Buffalo’s rich architectural heritage.
Since 2010, CEPA has partnered with Journey’s End Refugee Services on Buffalo Through Their Eyes, their truly unique program that gives refugees new to Buffalo and the U.S. an opportunity to document their transition to a new life through photography.
To bring your group to CEPA for a unique learning experience, contact Education Director Lauren Tent:
Together, we can put together a customized program that suits the special needs of your students and your budget.