We acknowledge the obstacles to becoming a self-supporting professional artist in today’s market, and therefore wish to remove some of these barriers. In concert with our commitment to this community, we launched 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.
Ashley Anderson’s exhibition Family Computer: Familiar Interiors was on view from January 29 through April 7, 2019. The artist led a public cyanotype workshop on the show’s closing day. Thank you to The K.A. Artist Shop, which sponsored this Get Artistic event. Sign up for the Get Artistic newsletter for regular updates on shows, events, and… View Article
En Plein Air An exhibition of watercolor paintings created at Bartram Trail Farm in partnership with Pinto Art Supplies On view in the CCBC Gallery April 11 – June 2, 2019 Artwork by Alice Pruitt, Katherine Schuber, Margaret Agner, Mary Ann Cox, Olivia Carlisle, Susie Burch, and Viviane Van Giesen All of the artwork on… 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.