Innovative experiences and strong educator support allows insight and understanding to why Jordan Williams and Annalisa Sienkiewicz were selected as VSA Florida’s February 2015 Students of the Month.
The Ms. Wheelchair America Program began in 1972 when an Ohio physician created a national forum to highlight the achievements of women with disabilities. Since that time, not only has this program changed lives of the countless women who have participated over the past four decades, but has been a deep-seated impact on the entire disability community.
Come One Come All and support VSA Florida, the statewide organization on arts and disability, by attending the New Port Richey Gallery First Friday of the Month gallery opening and reception as they host VSA Florida artists.
VSA Florida is pleased to announce the winners of the 8th Annual VSA Florida Young Soloist Competition: 19-year-old lyric soprano Lyudmilla Fuentes from Polk County, 17-year-old pianist James Williams from Pasco County, and Outta Sight- the musical performing group from the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind in St. Johns County.
Don't miss this February 28th Parent Information Session!
Come and visit VSA Florida and Mr. B. at Hernando County's 4th Annual Autism Fest.
Florida Alliance for Arts Education has just announced the dates for the 2015 Arts Integration Symposia Series. VSA Florida will be presenting sessions at each session.
ArtMundo and VSA Florida present "A Different View" - A show with no limits........................