Cary Visual Art seeks to involve members of the community through outreach and educational programs. Educational, artist-led workshops, artist residencies, informative and timely lectures, scholarships, sculpture tours and festivals are ways we successfully engage the public in our programs. Sponsorship and giving opportunities are available for each of our programs and we encourage you to view our calendar frequently to keep up with our various activities. The Sculpture on Loan program was born in response to the need of an all-inclusive art community, promoting both local artists and enriching the lives of every citizen in the Cary community.
"Public art has been a wonderful way for our community to create a sense of place, tell a story, develop and maintain an identity. It shows that this community cares about where we live, work and play" - Ralph Ashworth, Founding Member
Cary Visual Art strives to make all its programs and events accessible to everyone. For more information about accessibility or to request accommodations for an event or program, please contact Catherine Howard, Executive Director, at email@example.com. If you have suggestions, criticisms, or would like to be involved in increasing CVA’s accessibility, please contact us via email or give us a call at 919-531-2821.
Cary Visual Art is part of a Learning Community of eleven arts organization that collaborate for and improve access to the arts for people with disabilities. This collective is funded in part by the City of Raleigh Arts Commission and the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.