From WDAY TV – Agassiz School in Fargo was filled with smiles Wednesday as children with special needs create “art without limits.”

The Anne Carlsen Center brought in Zot Artz… An art program designed for kids with disabilities.

It uses adaptive tools to transform walkers and wheelchairs into brushes and rollers, giving children the opportunity to leave their mark on a huge canvas covering the cafeteria floor.

Kids of all ages and abilities came together to wheel, stamp, or print their piece of the canvas, and even got a portion to take home.

Mark Coppin- Anne Carlsen Center: [quote_box_center]“Typically these kids may not have the tools to create art, but what we do is we put into their hands the tools that allow them to be able to express themselves and express their creative sides.”[/quote_box_center]

Zot Artz is based in Wisconsin, and takes its program all over the country.

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