Become an Arts Patron with an exclusive digital collectible Apollo’s Mirror By Michael Petry
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our cutting-edge digital patronage scheme at VOMA, featuring a stunning digital collectible by renowned artist Michael Petry.
Our innovative partnership with VCollection has made museum patronage accessible to all, offering exclusive perks such as private tours, artist meet-and-greets, and access to unique gifts, while supporting our precious cultural spaces.
For only $300, you can purchase a limited digital edition of Petry's Apollo's Mirror (details below) and contribute to the work of the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion in Washington DC, where Petry's solo exhibition In League with Devils will open on May 5th.
To celebrate this exciting partnership, VOMA unveil the sculpture in its virtual landscape on the same day.
Background: Apollo’s Mirror is a bronze sculpture by Michael Petry patinated and polished to look like ancient Greek originals. A smaller physical version will sit in Wesley’s Oxnam Chapel at the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion, Washington DC as part of his exhibition “In League with Devils”. In collaboration with the Center and VOMA, the world’s first virtual online museum, Petry has created a digital collectible of the mirror for VOMA, This debuts simultaneously with the museum opening. By buying a piece, you will be supporting the work of the Dadian Museum and the Parsonage Gallery. To show our appreciation of you as a patron, you will gain a number of exclusive benefits including:
Your own limited edition Digital Sculpture of Michael Petry’s “Apollo’s Mirror”.
Become a patron of the arts, funds go to support the work of the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts & Religion, the Parsonage Gallery and the Artist.
Exclusive access to signed copies of Michael Petry’s physical hardback book.
A special e-book edition of the hardback book that will accompany the exhibition with a foreword by actor and broadcaster Stephen Fry.
Exclusive tours with Aaron Rosen, Director of the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts & Religion, and Lee Cavaliere, Director of VOMA.
Further benefits to patrons to come in the future!