VSA Kentucky

The arts provide us with a universal language through which we communicate experiences and unite diverse cultures. Through the arts, VSA Kentucky provides opportunities for people with disabilities to be part of the life of their communities and make our world more accessible and enjoyable. Arts education, community arts programming, and professional development are vital elements of our service to Kentucky.

Arts Inclusion Projects in Kentucky Schools

Attention Teachers!
Would you like to receive $1,300.00 to do a hands-on, inclusionary arts project that interfaces with your curriculum and KCAS? Using a VSA Kentucky approved teaching artist, you can bring to your classroom and school a thematic project utilizing dance, drama, music, storytelling or visual arts that will interface with your curriculum.

Read More: Arts Inclusion Program

Student Call for Art

VSA Kentucky is now accepting artwork by students with disabilities in Kentucky schools, grades K-12. Chosen artwork will be included in the Student Traveling Art Exhibit and will be showcased at the Exceptional Children's Conference in November in Louisville. For guidelines and application, call 270-904-7019.

Read more about "A Matter of Perspective," The Student Traveling Art Exhibit

Shakespeare Behind Bars

Through our partnership with the Kentucky Department of Education, VSA Kentucky is proud to be sponsoring the Shakespeare Behind Bars Program for inmates ages 18 to 21 in Kentucky Corrections facilities.

Read more and view video: Shakespeare Behind Bars

VSA Kentucky, a member of the VSA Affiliate Network, a program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts


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The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports VSA Kentucky with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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