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VoCA’s Access & Accessibility Survey

  What do the terms ‘access’ and ‘Accessibility’ mean to you? How do you imagine expanded access to VoCA’s programming? VoCA recognizes that there are always ways we can be and do better; we continually seek to improve accessibility and usability across our programs for current network members, as well as colleagues we have yet… Read more »

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VoCA Receives Support for Spanish-Language Artist Interview Workshops

  We are thrilled to announce that thanks to generous support from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (CPPC) and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), VoCA is now offering a selection of our Artist Interview Workshops entirely in Spanish. “The commissioning and preservation of first-hand accounts from cultural producers in Latin America is… Read more »

"Companion Species: Ferocious Mother and Canis Familiaris" by Marie Watt

VoCA Announces Support for a new Native Voices series

  Today, we share some exciting news: the Terra Foundation for American Art has awarded VoCA a $100,000 grant to support a new series of programs focusing on the work of contemporary Native American artists! VoCA’s Native Voices series will include a dedicated series of VoCA Talks, Artist Interview Workshops, an issue of VoCA Journal, and partnerships with organizations that… Read more »