VoCA Salons offer unique opportunities for our donors and supporters to engage with artists and arts professionals to learn about their work and delve into the local art scene. Throughout the year, we host Salons in different cities across the US, each one crafted to give participants a unique view of contemporary art in the community.
For those individuals that make donations of $500 or more, you will receive invites to our VoCA Salons held all over the country. VoCA Salon invitations are also offered as a benefit of corporate support. If you would like to learn more about becoming an individual or corporate supporter, please reach out to Lauren Shadford at email@example.com.
VoCA SALON: Warhol at the Whitney
February 22, 2019
VoCA SALON: Leonardo Drew’s Studio
May 4, 2018
During Frieze Week 2018, a small circle of VoCA colleagues and supporters are invited to visit artist Leonardo Drew‘s studio in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. Drew was featured in a VoCA Talk held at the Denver Art Museum in 2016.
VoCA SALON: Shigeko Kubota Video Art Foundation
April 19, 2018
Members of the VoCA network convened at the Shigeko Kubota Video Art Foundation in SoHo to celebrate the launch of the Spring 2018 Issue of VoCA Journal, the second in our on-going series on media art.
VoCA SALON: ICA Boston
November 15, 2017
Members of the VoCA network convened at the ICA Boston for a private tour of Mark Dion: Misadventures of a 21st-Century Naturalist and to toast the launch of the Fall 2017 Issue of VoCA Journal.
VoCA SALON: MoMA Archive and Library, NYC
July 11, 2017
VoCA leadership, staff, and colleagues gathered for a cocktail reception at the MoMA Archive and Library to celebrate the launch of the Summer 2017 Issue of VoCA Journal, the first in an occasional series on media art.
VoCA SALON: Judd Foundation, NYC
April 4, 2017
Members of the VoCA network convened at the Judd Foundation in SoHo for private tours of the facility and to toast the launch of the Spring 2017 Issue of VoCA Journal.
VoCA SALON: Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation, NYC
December 15, 2016
Joan Mitchell Foundation CALL artist Otto Neals came together with VoCA supporters, JMF colleagues as well as artists and friends to announce the publication of CALL/ VoCA Talk: Otto Neals online. The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation hosted the evening in their incredible space downtown
VoCA SALON: Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, NYC
November 14, 2016
On the occasion of launching VoCA Journal’s Fall 2016 Issue, we gathered at the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation for a tour of their new facility and a reception honoring the contributors, including colleagues from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, Dedalus Foundation, Noah Purifoy Foundation, Jay DeFeo Foundation and, our hosts, the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation.
VoCA SALON: Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, Brooklyn
September 29, 2016
After our first CALL/VoCA Talk of the season with artist Blane de St. Croix in conversation with VoCA Board Member Robin Clark, our supporters gathered for a cocktail reception and shuffleboard at the Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
VoCA SALON: Denver, CO
June 18, 2016
VoCA donors and colleagues spent an afternoon exploring the arts community in Denver in honor of the VoCA Artist Interview Workshop at the Denver Art Museum. This included a private tour of the Clyfford Still Museum with Director Dean Sobel, a private visit to TANK Studios to meet with artists-in-residence there, followed by a reception at the home of VoCA Donors Jody and Jeff Johnson with a conversation between VoCA Board Member Chad Alligood and Colorado-based sculptor Kim Dickey.
VoCA SALON: Larry Bell’s studio, Los Angeles
May 24, 2016
An evening celebrating the Spring 2016 Issue of VoCA Journal. VoCA Board Member Robin Clark lead a conversation at artist Larry Bell’s studio followed by a rooftop cocktail reception at a private home in Venice.
VoCA SALON: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
April 13, 2016
Supporters of VoCA and the contemporary arts gathered for an evening to celebrate the VoCA Artist Interview Workshop at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. MFA Boston Curator Liz Munsell sat down for a conversation with artist Sean Townley followed by a private reception at Bravo.
VoCA SALON: Stux Haller Gallery, NYC
February 17, 2016
Members of the VoCA network convened for an evening honoring the Winter 2016 Issue of VoCA Journal. Journal Contributor James McElhinney interviewed Ronnie Landfield at Stux Haller Gallery, on the occasion of Landfield’s Retrospective.