The 22nd floor gallery at the Florida Capitol is the setting for the exhibition, “The Way I Speak: Artists and Autism” curated by Susan Baldino of VSA Florida and Allison Leatzow of the Florida State University Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (FSU CARD).
Artful Opportunities is a partnership between VSA Florida and cultural arts organizations in west-central Florida to promote inclusive and accessible arts programs so parents of children with disabilities can continue arts experiences outside the school day.
Shakespeare With Heart is open to middle and high school students with and without special needs. Registered students come together two weeks prior to the first day of camp to meet one another, audition for roles, and begin the process of becoming an ensemble. Everyone is guaranteed a role in the play, and each actor is challenged to bring their character to life using their own unique talents and abilities.
Dancing Through Parkinson's is a dance class which enhances the overall quality of life of those who have Parkinson's through the well-being gained from creative expression, social interaction, and exercise.
VSA Florida presents 2017 Animation Gets Real Summer Camp for Students with Autism and Related Disabilities Tampa, July 17-21, 2017 Miami, July 24-28, 2017
Through a generous grant from the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, VSA Florida has provided a series of visual art, music, dance and movement classes for clients at the Quest Adult Day Training site, breathing new life into daily activities for adults with disabilities, some of which are quite profound.
MacDill AFB Airman and Family Readiness Center in partnership with VSA Florida present "Artfully Fun" summer day camp.
Join VSA teaching artists, Aaron Lepley and Christine Sizemore at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex for Music for Special Needs Students!