House of Artists Foundation
Where Autistic Artists Thrive!
House of Artists Foundation maintains an above overall average retention rate of 95% for all programs and events for artists with autism. In 2016, House of Artists Foundation was founded by actress and philanthropist; Ashley Drayton, who grew up attending summer camps in South Carolina which motivated her to create House of Artists Foundation; a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with unparalleled vocational training programs and events centered around creative arts and independent living skills that benefits the lives of those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Camp Artism provides hands on experiences in regards to various elements and positions related to the TV & film industry such as animation, underwater filming, voice over, CPR workshops, driver training with police officer interactions, photography, video editing, culinary classes, fire safety with the local fire department, stunt training, acting, just to name a few. We enhance the autistic community's creative ability and provide opportunities of employment to businesses that support and encourage thriving beyond the spectrum while providing livable wages, so the autistic community isn't solely relying on disability payments forever.
Artists with autism are indeed worth more and are capable of receiving what's in alignment with the desires of their heart. Everyone appreciates being acknowledged for what they are doing well, and at House of Artists Foundation, that's our primary focus.