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VSA Tennessee provides opportunities for young people with disabilities to participate in and express themselves through the arts and arts education.


Featured News & Events

15 Years of VSA Tennessee


Great event for VSA Tennessee as it celebrated its 15th anniversary on July 28th at the Amberleaf marketplace in Gallatin.  Thanks to sponsors: Memorial Foundation, Publix Supermarket Charities and the Tennessee Arts Commission.










National Christmas Ornaments

VSA Tennessee was honored to once again be asked to make the ornaments that represent Tennessee for the National Christmas Tree. Today those ornaments were made in partnership with the MTSU Organizational Communication Communities class, students from the Tennessee School for the Blind, past participants of VSA TN programs and the Tennessee Arts Commission. Special thanks to all who made this a wonderful experience. Artistic direction was Yvette Cowden. We went with an Appalachian folk Christmas theme. Thanks to Representative Dawn White for preparing certificates for the children. Thanks to Andrew Dix of MTSU for playing Santa. Thanks to Krishna Adams for representing the Tennessee Arts Commission. Thanks to Hannah Holladay for representing the MTSU EXL... read more

Racing Across Tennessee In the Arts

On Oct. 15, VSA Tennessee worked in partnership with the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee at the Music and Fun Camp. Young children with Down syndrome learned about shapes and colors through visual arts and music with the theme of cars. The children created their own cars, took their driving test, make small versions of the cars, make a license plate, and created a postcard from their road... read more

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