Double Vision XI Update
We are partnering Everything But The House (EBTH) for Double Vision XI! It will be held from August 17— August 23rd. More info and how to participate coming soon!
Artistic collaborators have delivered a very strong body of auction artwork and we are excited to show and auction this amazing work. We are exploring ways to hold this event in the best way possible. Stay tuned!
DVXI sponsors will be recognized and thanked during the virtual auctions.
Photo courtesy of Matt Steffen Photography.
Dear families, friends, and supporters,
Good news! We are taking steps toward safely reopening our studios in the coming weeks.
We are currently assessing how many artists are interested and able to return to the studios. We are taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, following both the Ohio Governor and the CDC’s guidelines for safe re-opening and operating procedures. A six foot radius of distance between people will be maintained, and artists and staff will be asked to wear masks when possible.
Smaller groups will be formed in the studios, keeping contact numbers at or below 10 people, as per the CDC’s recommendation. We may need to branch out into additional smaller spaces, if you have space available please contact Robyn Winkler.
Surfaces will be wiped down and disinfected often, and our outdoor spaces and restrooms will be accessible. We will be taking temperatures and screening each person that enters our space. If an artist or staff show signs of illness, they will be asked to stay home. No person will gain access to V+V buildings if they are not well, in order to protect the safety of all.
If you need clarification, please contact us for further info on Tri-County or Northside Studio re-openings.
Wishing you good health,
V+V’s executive director Robyn Winkler sat down with Cincinnati Parent to discuss V+V’s mission, why the arts are important for inclusion, and future goals for V+V.