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We're more than a third of the way towards our $3,500 goal, with a couple weeks to go until June 30, 2018.
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Call for Original Artwork / Sculpture - deadline July 27, 2018

OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital

Neuro Intensive Care Unit: Brain Sculpture Ideation

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The VSA Affiliate Zine Project is complete!!

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Randy Lewis, Los Angeles Times
January 23, 2015

At the 2015 National Association of Music Merchants show in Anaheim, Calif. it sounded like heresy to hear a marketing honcho for one of the world’s leading drum manufacturers say, “We’re not trying to turn everyone into a professional drummer.”

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Disclosure of Personal Information
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While letters, names, and meaning come up a lot in conversation when talking about VSA 
(any VSA in the country!), there are some trends in vocabulary that we have accepted as 
common best practices when discussing topics relating to disability.


Image taken from a blog by wufnikspress@gmail.com

The 2013 Accessible Expressions Ohio exhibition is currently on display at three Ohio venues for the months of April and May. If you are in Southeastern or Central Ohio in the next month, stop by and take a look!


Athens, OH


Columbus, Ohio (two locations on campus) 

 

James Castle Sculpture and Drawing Series

The Ohio State University's Urban Art Space is currently hosting an exhibition featuring the works of renowned Outsider artist,James Castle. In conjunction with this powerful exhibition, the Urban Arts Space offered workshops for educators and the general public on different aspects of the show. Curated by Disability Studies professor, Dr. Brenda Brueggemann, the exhibition takes a close look at Castle's work and how his identity as a Deaf artist shines through his imagery. Below are a few highlights of one workshop in particular that VSA Ohio staff were fortunate enough to attend.

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