We at Creature Comforts acknowledge the obstacles to becoming a self-supporting professional artist in today’s market, and therefore wish to participate in a way that helps remove some of these barriers. In concert with our commitment to this community, we’re launching the Get Artistic initiative in June 2018 to support the arts in its many forms—visual art, performance, music, writing—with an initial emphasis on local art.
The Velvet Ditch Photography by Lucy Bone On view in the CCBC Gallery May 1 – June 17, 2018 Lucy Bone is a photographer from Columbus, Georgia. The weight of history holds an important place in Bone’s work, evident in her specialization in the antiquated medium of film and thematic influences from her life in… View Article
The question we’ve been getting a lot since launching ‘Get Comfortable’ is: “I see the list of business partners, but how can I support them?” Click here to take a look, and just know there are MANY ways your dollars can find their way into this benevolence fund, 100% of which we’ll give away to the nonprofit community at the end of 2018.
We’re proud to host the exclusive exhibition of 9 large-scale paintings created for Art Decko: a public art project designed to promote creativity in unexpected places. The panels will be permanently displayed in the downtown College Avenue parking deck following the exhibition in the CCBC Gallery, which runs from April 3rd – 29th.