Be a Rock in the VRA Foundation. Be a Rock Star for Your Profession!
Creators. Doers. Problem solvers. As image management professionals, we’ve developed metadata and cataloguing standards that are global in their reach, acted as champions for fair use, and been on the leading edge of embedded metadata initiatives—and that’s just the beginning. The VRA Foundation knows that when just one person pushes the envelope, we all benefit. Our potential is limitless, and the VRA Foundation (VRAF) is here to help us realize it. Through our Project Grant and Professional Development Grant programs, we’ve helped our professionals create tools that make all of our working lives better, enabled participation in conferences and symposia, and aided in the development of unique, publically-accessible digital collections. Our Regional Workshop Program will bring education and professional development opportunities closer to your home.
But we can’t do it without you!
When you invest in the VRA Foundation, you invest in your profession. And when you invest in your profession, you invest in yourself. There’s strength in numbers, so we’re asking all of you - from the newly minted professionals to proud image management lifers - to join us in our mission to advance our profession by making a tax-deductible donation to the VRA Foundation. Be a one-time donor, or set up a sustaining membership through PayPal, and your monthly, recurring donation of whatever amount comfortable for you will allow your contribution to grow surely and steadily over time.
With your support, the VRA Foundation will be able to advance our professionals (that’s you!) for years to come. Be a rock in the VRA Foundation. Be a rock star for your profession!
Become a Rock Star - Give to the VRA Foundation
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The Board of Directors of the Visual Resources Association Foundation (VRAF) is pleased to present the 2017 VRAF Project Grant in the amount of $3000 to Stephanie Norby, Director, Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access (SCLDA), Washington, DC.
Learning to Look and Looking to Learn: a Workshop on Visual Literacy will be held on February 22, 2017, at the International Center of Photography