Rock Brook School Exhibition

May 14 - June 4

Solley Lobby Gallery | The Art of Rock Brook

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month and to celebrate, Rock Brook School presents: The Art of Rock Brook, a collection of artworks created by the students of Rock Brook School. The Art of Rock Brook’s goal is to convey that everybody’s creativity and talent comes in different shapes and sizes. Founded in 1974, Rock Brook School is designed for students ages 5-21 with multiple disabilities and communication impairment. Rock Brook provides a full academic program along with individual speech and language therapy. All are invited to attend the Art of Rock Brook Exhibition Reception on May 15, 2015, 4-6pm.

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