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Girls Weaving

This multimedia weaving incorporates ribbons, belts and bows.  It was created at an MDA sponsored children's art workshop held in June, 1993, at the Indianapolis Children's Museum.

Four Puppets


These puppets were created in a children's art workshop held in November 1992, in Des Moines, Iowa by four youngsters.  The puppets are mixed media works in papier mache and fabric.

5 Masks

5 youngsters, aged 11 each created their own mask at an MDA sponsored art workshop held in October 1993, at the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Copper Engravings

This work of art was created at an MDA Summer Camp in 1992, by three boys.  The three copper engravings are displayed in one frame, 22" X 10".

Seashore Mural

This work of art was created at the 1995 MDA Summer Camp held on Long Island, N.Y. During the week-long session, 62 campers participated in a scavenger hunt.  With the help of Milda Vizbar, a professional artist from New York City, the campers created this six section (5' X 5') mural.  Each section measures 30½" X 20½".

Boys Weaving

This multimedia weaving incorporates automobile parts and wires with yarn and a variety of fabrics and other items.  It was created at an MDA sponsored children's art workshop held in June, 1993, at the Indianapolis Children's Museum.

A Forest of Fun

"A Forest of Fun" was created in August, 1994 by 9 youngsters, at a children's art workshop at the Scripps Insittution of Oceanography in San Diego, California.

MDA Fly Out 2011 Focuses on Transitions

Would you like meet with your congressman to talk about issues important to families facing neuromuscular disease?

Please join us for the MDA Fly Out.

For the third year in a row, MDA families and advocates are gearing up for the MDA Fly Out— annual meetings with congressional representatives held in their home districts throughout the August congressional recess.

MDA Wants Your Photos

This summer, MDA is inviting everyone to participate in its new "Make a Muscle, Make a Difference" public awareness campaign by submitting photos of friends and family flexing their muscles for MDA.

MDA also is seeking photos for its "Accessible Spaces Gallery" debuting in August on the MDA Transitions Resource Center, a website designed to help young people with muscle diseases make the transition to adulthood and independence.

WWE and MDA to Recognize Youth Volunteers

Do you know an exceptional kid between the age of 6 and 17 who has volunteered for MDA or supported someone with a neuromuscular disease? Here’s your chance to nominate him or her for some well-deserved recognition.

WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and MDA are looking for two Community Champions this summer: young people who have demonstrated “exceptional commitment” to supporting MDA or who have made a “significant contribution” to an individual with muscle disease within the last two years.