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Very Special Arts - Greek Organization of Art Programs for Persons with Disabilities

Lewshá -Camille currently volunteers as an actress, singer, and dancer with Very Special Arts Hellas, "a nonprofit organization for people with disabilities" which has the sole aim of providing their right to artistic expression and participation in cultural events of the country; was established about 25 years ago for the first time in Greece. Very Special Arts - Greek Organization of Art Programs for Persons with Disabilities is the Greek member of VSA International Organization of Arts and Disabilities with many members in every corner of the world.

After 25 years of continuous action, it remains one of the most active non-US members of the global organization implementing high quality art programs that seek to enrich people's lives with disabilities and provide opportunities to create and participate in the cultural community.

Η Μουσικοθεατρική ομάδα της VSA ζητάει έναν ερασιτέχνη ηθοποιό για την παράσταση “Ο Αγαπητικός της βοσκοπούλας”

About VSA

VSA, the international organization on arts and disability, was founded more than 35 years ago by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to provide arts and education opportunities for people with disabilities and increase access to the arts for all.

With 52 international affiliates and a network of nationwide affiliates, VSA is providing arts and education programming for youth and adults with disabilities around the world.

Each year, 7 million people of all ages and abilities participate in VSA programs, in every aspect of the arts – from visual arts, performing arts, to the literary arts.

Four principles guide VSA programs and affiliates:

  • Every young person with a disability deserves access to high quality arts learning experiences.
  • All artists in schools and art educators should be prepared to include students with disabilities in their instruction.
  • All children, youth, and adults with disabilities should have complete access to cultural facilities and activities.
  • All individuals with disabilities who aspire to careers in the arts should have the opportunity to develop appropriate skills.
About VSA's Name

When founded in 1974, the organization was named the National Committee - Arts for the Handicapped. In 1985 the name changed to Very Special Arts and in 2010 it became VSA. In 2011, VSA merged with the Kennedy Center's Office on Accessibility to become the Department of VSA and Accessibility at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

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