Learn More About Our Art Partners at #SAVEARTSPACE
Thank you for your continuous support of #SaveArtSpace, we can't do it without you! Learn more about our upcoming Public Art Exhibitions and local community events.
Support Public Art in our local communities by joining SaveArtSpace for our April Fundraiser at Bushwick Community Darkroom, located at 110 Troutman St., Brooklyn, NY 11206.
Enjoy wine while discussing public art and community relations with community leaders, artists and patrons. See the numerous art works displayed throughout the Bushwick Community Darkroom. Also learn about our upcoming open calls for art.
Volunteers! We are seeking volunteers for our Spring and Summer Events. Volunteers are an essential part of SaveArtSpace's success. As a volunteer, you can spread the word online and in your local community, get hands-on experience in our programing and exhibitions, and help us raise vital funds for more art in our local communities. Wherever you live and whatever your lifestyle, there's a way for you to get involved.
#SAVEARTSPACE: The Future Is Female Showcasing Local Female Artists On Advertising Spaces Throughout NYC Beginning June 26, 2017. As An Arts Organization, We Feel That It Is Our Duty To Align And Ally With The Broader Artistic Community To Create Exhibitions That Address Intersectional Concerns Which Can Spread A Message Of Progressive And Positive Social Change And Empowerment.
#SAVEARTSPACE: Your Community #SAVEARTSPACE Will Be Transforming Advertising Spaces Into Public Art In Local Communities Across America! All Artists Nationwide (Including Puerto Rico And US Territories) Are Encouraged To Submit!
#SAVEARTSPACE: Your Art New York Have Your Art Display In New York City This Summer! It Doesn't Matter If You're From New York City Or Not, This Is Your Chance To Have Your Art Displayed On Advertising Space In The Largest City In America! All Artists Nationwide Are Encouraged To Submit!
Be a part of the transformation of advertisements in to public art by and for local communities. We can't do it alone and we need your help! The average donation is $19, that means for less than a dollar a day you can support public art in your local community free of corporate influence or art world classism. Accessible public art produces more public and social good.