Seven Hills is pleased to announce that as of November 1, VSA Massachusetts has become our tenth Affiliate, becoming an integral part of our Integrated Health and Human Services Network.
This newest affiliation is unique in its ability to transcend all of our various areas of supports and services, and help all people access their communities. Our new Vice President of VSA, Charles J. Washburn, noted, "VSA Massachusetts has found a great deal of common ground with Seven Hills Foundation in recent years. We are excited by this affiliation and a singular opportunity to engage more people of all abilities in the arts, confront myths about ability, and help build a more inclusive community."
VSA Massachusetts is part of an international network of VSA organizations serving 35 states and over 50 countries. VSA is affiliated with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Originally known as the National Committee Arts for the Handicapped and formerly named Very Special Arts, the letters VSA now reflect the Vision of an inclusive community, Strength in shared resources and Artistic expression that unite us all. Learn more >
Please join with me to welcome our colleagues from VSA-MA to our Seven Hills Family. I look forward to seeing just how creative we can be together!
Join us at the VSA Gallery! All Access Pass and Reception December 11, 2014 from noon -1:00 p.m. 89 South Street, Suite 101, Boston, MA 02111
We invite you to attend VSA's monthly All Access Pass to learn more about their work towards educational and cultural inclusion. Hear some inspiring stories about how the arts transform our communities and create opportunities for inclusion. To reserve a spot and request ASL interpretation or other accommodations, contact Charlie Washburn at 617.350.7713 x102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.