The Studio at BAC
The art program of BAC’s Adult Day Training (ADT) program is where adults with disabilities get to foster their creativity. Handcrafted clay and fused glass creations, bead work for jewelry and assembly of rubber door mats are all made by our artists with disabilities in The Studio. Those interested in purchasing Studio creations can do so weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the lobby of BAC’s Rockledge headquarters, as well as throughout the year at local art fairs. In addition, Holmes Regional Gift Shop in Melbourne and Cocoa Beach Surf Company in Cocoa Beach carry Studio items. Proceeds from art sales go directly back to the Studio.

Contact the Studio Director, Heidi Popp via email or phone at (321) 632-8610, ext. 273 for more information.

VSA Florida-Brevard County
In 1974, Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith founded Very Special Arts to provide arts and education opportunities to people with differing abilities and increase access to the arts for all. Since 2003, BAC has sponsored the VSA Florida-Brevard County (VSAFL-BC) program through its affiliation with VSA Florida.Today, VSAFL-BC proudly offers art experiences to students of all ages, as well as adults participating in BAC’s Adult Day Training (ADT) program.Dance, music, painting, sculpting and acting are a few of the mediums taught by visiting artists provided by VSAFL-BC within Brevard Public Schools. In addition, VSAFL-BC sponsors annual events such as the Performing Arts Showcase, Interactive Arts Festival and Holiday Card Contest thanks to grants and individual donations given to the program.

To learn more about the program and how you can get involved,
contact VSAFL-BC Director, Lee Sorensen.

To speak to her directly call (321) 537-4243.

To donate, visit Ways to Give.

Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.