Stay in the loop: Subscribe to the VoCA newsletter. To stay up to date on exciting collaborative projects and events happening in the world of contemporary art, sign up for the monthly VoCA Newsletter today.
Become a corporate sponsor. VoCA is proud to have the support of organizations that understand the importance of contemporary art and its stewardship. To learn more about our corporate sponsorship program and levels of benefits, please reach out to VoCA Executive Director Lauren Shadford.
Donate now! VoCA is sustained by our generous supporters. Please consider becoming an individual donor by making a fully-tax deductible gift to help maintain our programs today.
Contribute an article to VoCA Journal. VoCA Journal is an online forum for discussing collaborative, interdisciplinary projects around the stewardship of contemporary art. If you are working on such a project and would like to share it with the VoCA Journal, please submit an abstract.
Bring a VoCA Workshop to your organization or city. Our Artist Interview Workshops provide conservators, curators, educators, and other arts professionals at all stages of their careers with a greater understanding of the methods and skills needed to conduct successful artist interviews. To bring a VoCA Workshop to your city, please contact VoCA’s Executive Director, Lauren Shadford.
Recommend a VoCA Talk. VoCA Talks are public programs featuring artists and their collaborators in conversation about the challenges and rewards inherent in making, showing, and preserving contemporary art. If you would like to propose a VoCA Talk or a series of VoCA Talks with artists with whom you or your organization collaborate, please fill out this form.
Pitch a post (or series of posts) to the VoCA Blog. The VoCA Blog focuses on engaging a wide variety of writers in dialogue about contemporary art and its stewardship, with topics including coverage of recent events, individual research projects, and relevant work being done by other cultural organizations. If you’d like to join our roster of contributing authors, please pitch your idea via the link below.
Host a VoCA Salon in your city. Throughout the year, we craft Salons that bring together the VoCA supporters, colleagues, collaborators, and artists in local communities across the country and give participants a unique view of contemporary art in the given city. If you would like to host a Salon in your city, please reach out to VoCA Executive Director Lauren Shadford for more information.
Apply for an internship. VoCA is pleased to offer an internship program for undergraduate and graduate students at NYU. If you are an NYU student and would like to work with us next semester, please fill out the application form below.
VoCA is a small non-profit and we could often use an extra set of hands. If you are interested in learning more about what we do and how you can pitch in, please reach out to Program & Communications Manager Margaret Graham. We would love to have you as part of the VoCA Network!