Able Voices: Sharing Who We Are Through Our Photographs

(January - March at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center)

This free exhibit features photographs by students with disabilities from Centennial and Franklin High Schools (Williamson County, Tennessee). The images represent the young adults’ strengths and/or depict the people, places, and things that are most important to them and that define them as individuals. This experience amplifies the voices of the participants and illustrates the power of self-expression.

The Able Voices program was developed and is led by teaching artist, Jen Vogus. This project was made possible by support from The Arc Williamson County, Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, and the Arts Council of Williamson County. Lain York, Preparator

To learn more about Able Voices, visit www.jenvogus.com/able-voices.

Prints available for sale. Contact jen@jenvogus.com. All profits go to the student photographer. Watch Able Voices: Centennial High School on YouTube. Watch Able Voices: Franklin High School on YouTube.

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Able Voices: Sharing Who We Are Through Our Photographs

Last Updated: 12/20/2018 11:26:39 AM

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