VSA VT’s drum festival, BOOM VERMONT is Sunday, October 4, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
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With a backdrop of a hay bale and a large painted easel pad, a young woman wearing a green t-shirt with stamped horse shoe prints on it reaches into a red bucket, gazing down at the unseen object she is about to take out, while making art at a barn as part of a VSA VT education program.
“VSA Arts theater changed my whole life. Now the door is open. All you have to do is walk in.” Bill Villemaire
Wherever Vermonters are seeking to find their voices or to participate in arts events, VSA Vermont (VSA VT) can help. No matter where you live, no matter your age or ability, we would like to hear from you. VSA VT uses the magic of the arts to engage the capabilities and enhance the confidence of children and adults with disabilities. Let us know how we can make the arts a bridge to new communication and experience for you.
Let’s get noisy about how great it is when people with and without disabilities get creative together. Join us October 4 at the Fletcher Free Library from 1:00- 4:00 p.m. for drum-making, a chance to try out our new sound-comfort drums made to eliminate frequencies that can bother people with sound sensitivities, drop-in group lessons
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“Deputies of Delight”
VSA Vermont, with arts and education partners, created a graduate level course for teaching artists to develop their classroom skills.
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“I support VSA Arts because through art we can all share our dreams and hopes, transcending our differences, no matter where life’s journey has taken us.”Susan Ritz
In this award winning painting by Jacob Potwin of Randolph, brilliant colors define a hilly landscape in which a large cow stands at the right hand edge of the painting, gazing at the viewer.