VW Sunday Sessions: Auto Industry and Art World Collide
Volkswagen is supporting a number of artists from the U.S. at the upcoming VW Sunday Sessions. This is the seventh year the brand has participated in this event, collaborating with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and MoMA PS1. This is a highly-anticipated event that features up-and-coming artists from all across the nation, providing a space for people to engage with innovations in the art world.
According to VW, over 65,000 people have joined the VW Sunday Sessions since the event started in 2012. The event has been a place for artists to display cutting-edge designs, especially in the modern art category. In fact, the VW Sunday Sessions works through MoMA PS1, one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutes in the nation.
Variety of Interests
This year, the Sunday Sessions will launch in early 2018, helping to promote discourse between artists and the general public. From dance performances to science-fiction opera to interactive debates, this series should have something to engage a variety of interests.
At Hiley Volkswagen of Arlington, we’re proud to be associated with a brand that gives back to the community. Many of the artists that participate in or are inspired by the VW Sunday Sessions may go on to become designers in the auto industry—a major reason why it’s important for manufacturers and other businesses to foster the arts.