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The exhibition, which opens today in the Otago Museum’s H D Skinner Annex, will feature works by artists from Dunedin and further afield.
Ms Cooper said many people with autism expressed themselves through art and the exhibition provided a platform for them to display their work.
Organiser Tanea Paterson said the exhibition "showcases the amazing depth of artistic talent in both the local and wider autistic community".