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"The Lorax"

The Lorax

 

Twenty students from Horace Mann Middle School and East High School in Wausau used the school forest as a stage to present their interpretation of "The Lorax", a Dr. Seuss story about the environment.

 

The performance was the culmination of a unique artist residency curriculum using "The Lorax" in conjunction with Rudolph Laban's movement alphabet to promote literacy skills in a completely innovative way and inspire ecological guardianship.

 

Creating a Bright Future

Vision Forward participant

Early Childhood artist residencies in communities across Wisconsin are helping young children with disabilities improve their social competence, increase their motor skill development, and expand their creativity and imagination.

 

Art Fair on the Square

Art Fair Booth

 

Many visitors stopped at our booth on the corner of Hamilton and Pinckney on July 9 & 10.

 

The artwork of more than 30 artists including paintings, photographs, drawings, ceramics, glass art, and more were available fore sale.

 

Thank you to all who made purchases and to booth sponsor: Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.

 

 

 

VSA Wisconsin is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that uses dance, drama, creative writing, music, and visual art to celebrate the creative power and artistic accomplishments of children and adults with disabilities throughout Wisconsin. VSA Wisconsin’s choirs, artist residencies, and art classes and workshops provide an outlet for creative expression and unlimited possibilities for personal, academic, and professional success.


Exhibitions, performances, and special events showcase the talents of people with disabilities. Professional development for educators, artists and organizations provides adaptive arts training and inclusion strategies.