Vsa Arts Tennessee
Rating: 5 stars 11 11 reviews
Arts & Culture
1210 Lake Rise Place Gallatin TN 37066 USA
The mission of VSA arts Tennessee is to provide opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in and express themselves through the arts and arts education.
VSA initiated a pilot program using a national model in demonstrating collaboration between art specialists and special education teachers. In the residencies, artists work with children with disabilities and teachers to reach behavioral goals. Residencies have resulted in student run businesses being created, a presentation of a canvass painting to the State legislative body, a student winning a national award and trip to Washington DC, and national publications. The art institute is for children with and without disabilities. It allows the children to learn about a specific culture through the arts ( dance, drama, music, literature and the visual arts) in an inclusive environment. There are pre and post tests to measure learning and a reception at the end of the institute. VSA is soon to publish some of the findings from research conducted on the programs.
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5 people found this review helpful
I be came involved with vsa arts in mar 2009 since then sams art has had a lot of reconition, and we have got to go to an art camp for 7 days.We got to go to dollywood this year.VSA has kept me informed about all kinds of opportunities for his art.Sam has had awards for art being displayed in the TN performing arts center. So they have realy been helpful to us thank you VSA
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the people that have helped us get involved with the arts they have been great about keeping me informed of contest, juried exhibets,shows...
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About every month
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