The 2017 VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Exhibition, “A Matter of Perspective” – which showcases original artwork created by K-12 students with disabilities from schools throughout Kentucky – is now traveling to schools and other community venues throughout the Commonwealth.
Due to popular demand, VSA Kentucky offers two exhibits, an elementary and a middle/high school exhibit. The 2017 Student Traveling Exhibit represents 28 schools, with 18 pieces in the elementary exhibit and 17 pieces in the middle/high school exhibit. Some venues, like galleries and libraries, may request both exhibits at one time.
Subjects featured in the exhibits include architecture, animals, landscapes, portraits and designs, with styles ranging from realistic to abstract. Students expressed themselves using a variety of artistic media: acrylics, watercolor, tempera, pencil, colored pencil, crayons, markers, ink and mixed media. Exploring various techniques and processes, these young artists produced imaginative works of art using collage, drawing, painting and digital media.
Schools participating in the 2017 Student Traveling Exhibit include:
- Adair County Elementary School
- Barbourville Elementary School (Barbourville Independent)
- Belfry High School (Pike County)
- Bell Central School Center (Bell County)
- Binet School (Jefferson County)
- Central City Elementary School (Muhlenberg County)
- Churchill Park (Jefferson County)
- Clinton County High School
- Clinton County Middle School
- Crossroads Elementary School (Bullitt County)
- Dixie Heights High School (Kenton County)
- Eastern Elementary School (Scott County)
- Estes Elementary School (Owensboro Independent)
- Henry Clay High School (Fayette County)
- Hogsett Elementary School (Danville Independent)
- Jefferson County Traditional Middle School (Jefferson County)
- McNabb Middle School (Montgomery County)
- Montgomery County High School
- Pleasure Ridge Park High School (Jefferson County)
- Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary School (Jessamine County)
- Sharp Middle School (Pendleton County)
- Toliver Elementary School (Danville Independent)
- Wilkerson Traditional Elementary School (Jefferson County)
- Williamstown Elementary School (Williamstown Independent)
- Wingo Elementary School (Graves County)
This exhibit is free of charge and is available to schools, museums, businesses, libraries and hospitals. To view the entire exhibit, go to Artsonia and enter VSA Kentucky. There you will find an exhibition list, including the Student Traveling Exhibit 2017.
For more information or to request the exhibition, call Delaire Rowe at (270) 904-7019.
VSA Kentucky provides arts education and inclusion programs for children and adults with disabilities throughout the state, offering an under-served population equal opportunity to explore the arts in a way that is fully accessible.
To learn more, visit the VSA Kentucky website.