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VSA arts of New York City 2007 Festival at Teachers College

The festival will include art exhibitions, performances, hands-on arts activities, and workshops for and by special needs students and their teachers.

VSA arts of New York City announces that its annual All New York City Very Special Arts Festival will take place at Teacher's College/Columbia University, 120th St. and Broadway, on May 30 and 31. The festival will include art exhibitions, performances, hands-on arts activities, and workshops for and by special needs students and their teachers.

The All New York City Very Special Arts Festival is a partnership with Teacher's College, Columbia University, VSA arts of New York City, local community organizations, and public schools. On May 30, students pre-K through grade 3 will participate in this celebration of the arts in the Early Childhood Day. Students in grades 4 - 8, will participate on May 31 to demonstrate their achievements in the arts. Thousands of students throughout the boroughs participate in festival programs and activities each year.

This article appeared in the May 23, 2007 edition of the Earth Times.org.

http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/news_press_release,110654.shtml

Published Thursday, May. 24, 2007

VSA arts of New York City 2007 Festival at Teachers College

VSA arts of New York City announces that its annual All New York City Very Special Arts Festival will take place at Teacher's College/Columbia University, 120th St. and Broadway, on May 30 and 31. The festival will include art exhibitions, performances, hands-on arts activities, and workshops for and by special needs students and their teachers.

The All New York City Very Special Arts Festival is a partnership with Teacher's College, Columbia University, VSA arts of New York City, local community organizations, and public schools. On May 30, students pre-K through grade 3 will participate in this celebration of the arts in the Early Childhood Day. Students in grades 4 - 8, will participate on May 31 to demonstrate their achievements in the arts. Thousands of students throughout the boroughs participate in festival programs and activities each year.

This article appeared in the May 23, 2007 edition of the Earth Times.org.

http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/news_press_release,110654.shtml

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