gifted working artists who wish to lease studio artist space. Twenty artist studios are maintained at FVAC for dedicated artists who wish to both make art and have a venue to exhibit and sell their work.
Nestled in a quiet park like setting, right off the Route 44 in Avon is FVAC, home to artists and creative professionals who enjoy the benefits of individual space as well as the advantage of an artistic community setting.
Studios, Classes, Workshops, Galleries
My own studio (9B) is on the second floor of this two level complex which consists of leased studio spaces, classrooms, galleries and outdoor gathering areas. By the way, FVAC is a dog friendly center, which many of the artists truly enjoy.
Painters, Potters, Sculptors Illustrators, Weavers ETC.
As a Mixed Media artist, I appreciate being involved in a Center where I can interact regularly with painters, weavers, sculptors, photographers, illustrators, potters etc. I have the best of both worlds, total privacy in my huge studio and companionship and mentoring from my neighboring artists when needed. In fact we also have regularly scheduled critique sessions for artists who want to partake. Another great perk is ongoing classes and workshops often available to studio artists at discounted rates.
Apply For Studio Space
At this time, FVAC is accepting applications from committed and emerging regional artists who are interested in renting studio space. While most artists at FVAC have their own studio, there are some opportunities to apply for shared studio arrangements. Rental fees include utilities and are comparable to other similar options regionally.
For more information contact Roy David at http://artsfvac.org/
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