VITAC and WPSD Partner for 30th Year of Holiday Artwork

By: David Titmus
Holiday Snowmen family designed students at WPSD
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VITAC is thrilled to celebrate 30 years of holiday partnership with the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (WPSD) and its talented students and teachers.

For three decades, WPSD students have created artwork around a holiday theme, with their art prominently featured on VITAC’s annual holiday cards to clients, colleagues, and associates. (Check out last year’s card here.)

This year, students created artwork featuring the themes of “family” and “snowmen” (or, more precisely, “snowpeople”). We received lots of colorful, festive submissions – submissions that we just didn’t think fair to keep to ourselves. So take a peek below at the cool pieces the students’ produced!

Collage of Holiday Snowmen designed students at WPSD Collage of Holiday Snowmen designed students at WPSD Collage of Holiday Snowmen designed students at WPSD

The artwork was shared with all of our VITAC employees, who, as in previous years, were charged with the very difficult task of selecting their favorites. The design with the most votes will grace the cover of our 2020 holiday card.

The Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf is a non-profit, tuition-free school that offers students an all-inclusive communication/language environment. Founded in 1869, WPSD provides quality educational services and a complete extracurricular program to deaf and hard-of-hearing children from birth through grade 12.

Interested in more holiday happenings?

  • Click here to read about how the American Council of the Blind, VITAC, and The Elf on the Shelf are working together to make the holidays jolly with more accessible programming.
  • Learn about our 25 years of partnership with the Center for Hearing & Deaf Services, VITAC’s chosen holiday charity.