What you can do for us —

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Your monetary donation helps support the creative practice of our artists.

Many artists attending V+V have a Medicaid waiver that covers their cost of attendance. Waivers are not available for everyone, so some artists do not have the funds to pay out of pocket. Donors can provide scholarships to give these artists hours at the studio and help pay for their art supplies.

In addition to monetary donations, V+V studios also accept new or lightly used art supplies. View our wish list for supply requests.

Donate now.

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Did you know 70% of the purchase price for original art gets paid directly to the artist who made it?

Buying art from V+V is the most direct way to support artists and encourage their creative practices.

You can view artworks for sale by visiting our online store or in-person at our Northside and Tri-County studio locations.

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Our Teaching Artist Program brings V+V artists to you!

There are 27 teaching artists available to teach classes through V+V’s Teaching Artists program. Meet them all and browse their expertise on our Teaching Artist Program page.

To work with us, contact Education Director, Seana Higgins.

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Experience the joy of community as a volunteer at V+V!

Our studios are the heartbeat of Visionaries + Voices.  Volunteers have the opportunity to collaborate with artists through their art-making process and build meaningful relationships along the way.

Volunteer support can also be provided during exhibitions and at our annual Double Vision fundraiser.  

For more information, visit the Volunteer page or contact Courtney Combs-Mock