WASHINGTON, D.C.– VSA arts wants people around the world to get out their art supplies and create a visual representation of the word disability for its International Collaborative Art Project.
Anyone can participate by downloading a postcard and creating a visual representation of impressions, experiences, and perceptions associated with disability. All languages are accepted.
“We want everyone to create a postcard that interprets the word ‘disability’ and mail it in!” remarks Soula Antoniou, president of VSA arts. “Everyone has thoughts and ideas about ‘disability.’ For the cost of a stamp, anyone anywhere in the world can be included in this art project.”
The postcards will become part of an exhibit that will be displayed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts during the 2010 International VSA arts Festival, June 6–12.
The deadline for receipt of postcards is Feb. 5, 2010. Visit www.vsarts.org/postcardproject for entry instructions or call VSA arts at 1-202-628-2800. Entry instructions are available in English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian online. Large print and braille formats of this call for entries are available upon request.
In addition to a Washington, D.C., exhibition at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the International Collaborative Art Project will be displayed online at www.vsarts.org/postcardproject.
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