The 2017 VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Exhibition, “A Matter of Perspective,” has begun its tour and is available free of charge to schools, museums and other institutions.

VSA Kentucky now offers two exhibits representing 24 schools – an elementary school exhibit consisting of 18 pieces and a middle school/high school exhibit with 17 pieces – that showcase original artwork created by K-12 students with disabilities from schools throughout Kentucky. Subjects include architecture, animals, landscapes, portraits and designs, with styles ranging from realistic to abstract.

VSA Kentucky invites teachers and parents to submit student work each October and selected artworks are matted and prepared to travel. The exhibit comes with a packet of educational activities that help engage students in the exhibit. The exhibition program uses the visual arts as an educational tool as well as a vehicle for artistic expression for children and youth with disabilities.

Schools included in the 2017 exhibits are:

Elementary School

  • Adair County Elementary School
  • Bell Central School Center (Bell County)
  • Central City Elementary School (Muhlenberg County)
  • Crossroads Elementary School (Bullitt County)
  • Eastern Elementary School (Scott County)
  • Estes Elementary School (Owensboro Independent)
  • Hogsett Elementary School (Danville Independent)
  • Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary School (Jessamine County)
  • Toliver Elementary School (Danville Independent)
  • Wilkerson Traditional Elementary School (Jefferson County)
  • Williamstown Elementary School (Williamstown Independent)
  • Wingo Elementary School (Graves County)

Middle School/High School

  • Belfry High School (Pike County)
  • Binet School (Jefferson County)
  • Churchill Park (Jefferson County)
  • Clinton County Middle School
  • Clinton County High School
  • Dixie Heights High School (Kenton County)
  • Henry Clay High School (Fayette County)
  • McNabb Middle School (Montgomery County)
  • Montgomery County High School
  • Pleasure Ridge Park High School (Jefferson County)
  • Phillip A. Sharp Middle School (Pendleton County)

The exhibits travels January through November each year to schools and other community venues throughout the state. The exhibits will also be on display at:

  • Adair County Public Library, Columbia
  • Graves County Schools Performing Arts Center, Mayfield
  • Montgomery County Center for the Arts, Mount Sterling
  • Warren County Public Library Bob Kirby Branch, Bowling Green

Click here, then enter “VSA Kentucky” to view the entire exhibit. Email VSA Kentucky or call Delaire Rowe at (270) 904-7019 for more information or to request the exhibition.