VSA Indiana


VSA Indiana transforms the lives of people with disabilities through the creation of art.

Our Story:

The statewide leader in providing access to lifelong learning and creative expression through the arts for people with disabilities in Indiana, VSA Indiana (formerly Very Special Arts) has served Hoosiers for nearly 30 years.

VSA Indiana Pioneers – Sue Moreland, Jim Nulty, Hank Binder
VSA Indiana Pioneers – Founder, Sue Moreland; Former President, Jim Nulty; and Hank Binder
VSA Indiana was founded in 1982 as Arts Unlimiting, and since 1986 it has been the state affiliate for VSA, an international program of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, founded by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith, in 1974.

VSAI’s headquarters are located inside the Harrison Center for the Arts in Indianapolis. District Partners in six communities around Indiana (Columbus, Lebanon, Marion, Muncie, South Bend, and Terre Haute) ensure that individuals outside of Central Indiana also have access to programs.

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