HISTORY OF THE SEDONA ARTISTS’ COALITION
In 1996, Nancy Robb Dunst brought together a handful of artists to develop an artistic community. This loosely organized group of visionaries has grown to almost 125 artists and is now known as the Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition (SVAC). In 2006, SVAC established itself as a 501c3, non-profit, educational and charitable organization.
We manage and promote the annual open studio tour, which is always the last full weekend in April. Every spring, forty to 50 SVAC artists open their studio doors to the general public, displaying and demonstrating a wide range of mediums. The tour has been designated a signature event by the Sedona chamber of commerce and is attended by people from throughout the state and country.
We hold an annual member’s exhibition, usually in the early spring at the Sedona arts center. The exhibition is very successful and is widely attended by the community as well as out-of-town visitors.
For more information about current and upcoming SVAC sponsored events, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefits of Membership
Periodic meetings are planned to share artwork, techniques, opportunities, events and to provide a friendly and inspiring atmosphere for our members. Please see instructions and specifications on the “JOIN SVAC Page“. Meetings can consist of presentations on a topic of interest or field trips to artist’s studios. There is always time to socialize and make new friends.
Current members can showcase images of their artwork on the SVAC web page. The artist listing can include a link to a personal website, along with pertinent contact information. To submit data for your individual web page, please see instructions and specifications on the “JOIN SVAC Page“.
Other key benefits include:
Participate in our annual open studios tour and the annual member exhibition
Participation in meetings, programs, and other activities
Opportunity to serve on any of our active committees
Network with other members in our dynamic organization