BECOME A GUEST
V+V hosts five in-house exhibitions annually. In addition, we exhibit our artists’ work in shows at other galleries both locally and nationally. We also partner with local businesses, school, and other nonprofits to exhibit the work of V+V artists. To see our current exhibition calendar, visit our Shows page.
BECOME A PARTNER
Through our Teaching Artist Program (TAP), schools and community centers can contract V+V artists to teach workshops, lead activity groups, or prepare classroom activities. For more information on this and other educational programs, visit our Education page.
BECOME A PATRON
V+V has three membership levels available for those who want to support our artists and get more involved. We offer Collectors Club, Standard, and Student memberships with varying benefits for each. For more information, visit our Membership page.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Volunteers play a vital role in the success of V+V and its artists. From serving on committees and boards to donating a few hours of your time in the studio, there are many ways you can contribute your time and talents! Contact volunteer coordinator Jennifer Franks at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Volunteer page to find out how you can take part.
Small Wonders Opens at Open Door Studio (Columbus) on Saturday, June 8th
Small Wonders is a collaborative exhibit featuring artists from Columbus’s Open Door Art Studio and Visionaries and Voices. The exhibition will showcase wonderful works in small sizes, as each piece is no larger than twelve inches in any direction.>> Read More
The talented artists of the local dance organization, Pones, Inc. have been working with V+V artists in preparation for a visual arts-inspired dance performance (premiering at our upcoming Double Vision event). The dancers came to our Northside studio this past week…>> Read More
Bird State, an exhibition where V+V artists explore the many ways in which we interact with and are affected by the birds around us, will be open to the public from April 25th to June 7th in the V+V Gallery.>> Read More
Artist Carlos Perez, who teaches ceramics lessons via the Teaching Artist Program, was recently featured in the Harrison Press. Click here to learn about the impact Carlos has on the students he works with…>> Read More