CADES Zot Artz Tools Experience

A few months ago, we received a phone call from Edwin Peres from CADES in Pennsylvania. We had never met Edwin and he had never attended a Zot Artz art day or workshop. We were surprised and overjoyed to talk to Edwin about our art tools, activities, and the best way to get his program […]

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Dwayne creates an Art Studio like you have never seen before!

One School District, Ten Schools, One Inclusive Art Day! Have you ever wondered what a Zot Artz experience looks like in a school? Kankakee School District 111 has the answer. Setting up in the gym at the John Kennedy Middle School, staff prepared for a day with kids coming from all across the district. On […]

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The Zot Art Tool of the Summer

The warmer temperatures have set in and summer is officially here. Warm sidewalks and driveways are just craving some color and creativity! Meet our tool of the summer, the Zot Artz Chalk Drawer. Our Chalk Drawer connects to any mobility device or can be pushed. The artist can walk and roll, to create his or her […]

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Dwayne Szot’s PBS Interview

Using the Zot Artz art tools equals fun for all! Zot Artz was recently interviewed by PBS. Before watching the clip, learn more about how Zot Artz started from Dwayne Szot, founder and president of Zot Artz. What gave you the idea to create Zot Artz? Dwayne: It’s all those parts and pieces that make […]

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Meet Zot Artz’s New Team Member

Hello, my name is Katie! I’m a recent graduate of Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising with a concentration in Social Media. While at MSU my biggest accomplishment, besides earning my degree, was getting Spartan Stadium accessible to all students. Currently, I am the Social Media Intern for Zot Artz. I found […]

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Adaptive tools help disabled adults create works of art

By Karie Simmons ksimmons@chespub.com Dec 21, 2016  Newark Post PHOTO COURTESY OF CHIMES DELAWARE Joanne Knox was an award-winning artist who loved to paint, but because of her disability, the 60-year-old from Bear hasn’t put color to canvas in years. All that changed earlier this month when Dwayne Szot of Zot Artz stopped by Chimes […]

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