In the spirit of the holidays, AIGA Cincinnati is partnering with the local non-profit Visionaries and Voices to help provide their artists with the supplies they need. We’re asking people to donate new or gently used art supplies for our Holiday Art Supply Drive. Below is a list of the items on their Wish List, but they are happy to receive donations not listed as well. If you have supplies that are just collecting dust in your closet, this is a great opportunity to give them a new home.
You can also find a complete list at all Cincinnati area Plaza Art Supply stores. See locations below.
If you’re planning on attending our AIGA Eat, Drink, and Be Hairy Holiday Party, you can bring a donation to cover your entrance to the party.
Donations are being collected December 1st – January 4th and can be dropped off at:
– Visionaries and Voices, 3841 Spring Grove Avenue
– Visionaries and Voices, 225 Northland Boulevard
– Art Academy of Cincinnati, 1212 Jackson Street
– Plaza Art Supply (Clifton), 230 W. McMillan Street
– Plaza Art Supply (Downtown), 701 Main Street
– Plaza Art Supply (Montgomery), 8154 Montgomery Road
If you have any questions concerning donations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visionaries + Voices (V+V), established in 2003, is a nonprofit organization providing artistic, cultural and professional opportunities for artists with disabilities. V+V currently serves over 140 artists in the Greater Cincinnati area and has collaborated with over 45 arts agencies, nonprofits, schools and businesses including the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Contemporary Arts Center, and Cincinnati Museum Center. We create a world in which artists with disabilities not only produce and share works of art, but also are given continuous opportunities to learn, develop professionally, collaborate, exhibit, and celebrate with community members.