“Picasso Inspiration” Painting by J.A. Tan on Book Cover
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“Picasso Inspiration” Painting by J.A. Tan on Book Cover

The Art of J.A. Tan’s painting “Picasso Inspiration” was used as the book cover of author Dr. Ginny Russell’s “The Rise of Autism: Risk and Resistance in the Age of Diagnosis.” It is available on Amazon. Dr. Russell is a researcher at the University of Exeter Medical School & College of Social Science. She is…

Family Oriented Painting and Drawing Demo by J.A. Tan in Vancouver
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Family Oriented Painting and Drawing Demo by J.A. Tan in Vancouver

Family Oriented Painting and Drawing Demo by Jose Antonio S. Tan Thursday June 1st, 2017 5PM-8PM Vancouver Lipont Art Centre Free Admission Age group: All. Family oriented. On June 1st, Children’s Day, during the Generation One Exhibition – Art by First-Generation Asian-Canadian Artists, local artist Jose Antonio S. Tan will be giving a collaborative demonstration…

J.A. Participates in Generation One Exhibit for Asian Heritage Month

J.A. Participates in Generation One Exhibit for Asian Heritage Month

May is Asian Heritage Month. To celebrate, the Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society is holding the ExplorASIAN Festival. One of the highlights of the festival is the Generation One Exhibit at the Vancouver Lipont Art Centre. J.A. Tan is part of a juried exhibition of Asian Canadian artists. This is the 4th year he is…

J.A. Tan’s Paintings on Fabric to be Highlighted at Exhibit and Fashion Show in New York City

J.A. Tan’s Paintings on Fabric to be Highlighted at Exhibit and Fashion Show in New York City

Vancouver-based Filipino artist J.A. Tan will be one of the featured artists in the Autism Hearts Foundation series of art exhibits and a fashion show in New York City, April 3-7, 2017 in celebration of World Autism Awareness Month. The event billed Fashion Arts Autism Benefits Project (FAAB,) highlights the work of young Filipino artists…

Art of J.A. Tan featured in University Research on Autism and Neurodiversity

Art of J.A. Tan featured in University Research on Autism and Neurodiversity

The University of Exeter used J.A. Tan’s artwork together with other artists on the spectrum to showcase the value of alternative thinking demonstrating how neurodiverse individuals can — and do — communicate in visual rather than verbal ways.” The University’s research team is based at Egenis, part of the University of Exeter in the UK….