ArtsEarth is a 501(c)3 venture to better promote artists and the arts communities to the general public featuring dance, film, literature, music, theatre, visual, and multimedia. Original arts articles / reviews published and partnerships are also available.
We’d like to help promote your arts engagements/workshops this year. Post Your Arts Events on ArtsEarth worldwide for FREE!
To ensure the public is exposed and educated about quality arts engagements worldwide, networking the artistic communities and publishing original content.
- 3,776 arts engagements submitted, reviewed, and promoted! [Who Posts on ArtsEarth]
Every Event Posting Gets…
- An in-depth and credited description.
- Placement in one or more of these categories of: Dance, Film, Literature, Music, Theatre, Visual, and Multimedia.
- The most recent submitted events appear on the scrolling slideshow on the ArtsEarth home page.
- All submitted arts events are posted on Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
How to Register and Post Your Events
- Click Post Your Event
- Fill out the form with Event Image
- Click Submit
Our ArtsEarth staff will take it from there.
ArtsEarth Helped Fund…
$10,616 Raised of $10,000 GOAL (as of SEP 11, 2017)
September 10, 2017
“Hell Walk was created on a bar stool several years ago when Josh Tate was having a beer with a friend and trying to figure out a cool way to raise money for charity. A few months later, he walked around a 100-foot circle for 24 straight hours and raised $25,000 for Children’s Hope Chest. Since then, Josh has done two additional Hell Walks and raised more than $50,000 for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and Project Angel Food. His feet still hurt every day.”
$4,595 Raised of $5,500 GOAL (as of JUN 1, 2017)
April 14, 2017
Dear Artists, Family & Friends:
I am very happy to announce that I have been accepted at Interlochen Arts Camp for Summer 2017! I was awarded a partial scholarship ($1,900) for my enrollment in the Advanced Drawing & Painting Program there. I still need to raise $3,757, to cover the remaining cost for tuition, which along with travel expenses and the purchase of necessary art material, sets my fund-raising goal at $5,500. Interlochen is a world class arts program, and I am honored to have been chosen to participate in it. At the age of 13, this opportunity would be a dream come true. I am committed to becoming a professional artist and I believe Interlochen will give me the tools to continue to grow, doing what I love most…making art.
I commit to providing my donors with original artwork that expresses my gratitude for their kind investment in my future.
ArtsEarth presents Afternoon / the concert series once-a-month featuring the best in music from the San Francisco Bay Area and internationally.
ArtsEarth is a 501c3 nonprofit arts organization; promoting the arts worldwide!
After four years of service to the global arts community, our office computer crashed earlier in September (Apple Power Mac G5) …
“Thank You to Everyone who Generously Donated to Our Fundraising Campaign!”
A critically acclaimed, tragicomic solo show about Jennifer’s crazy, mixed Palestinian-American identity. In it’s 5th year of touring!
In 80 minutes, Jennifer Jajeh leads the audience on a humorous, painful, and often surreal journey: to auditions, the Ramallah convention circa 1986, on dates with Jewish boys, and then through the checkpoints and nightclubs of Palestine; all while navigating the complex web of identities, assumptions, and stereotypes about Palestinians in an increasing polarized world of East vs. West.
A unique opportunity has opened to James Brandon Lewis as an emerging composer-saxophonist based in Los Angeles, California. Music specifically, the exploration via saxophone in the area of jazz and gospel music traditions, has been pivotal to him having been around both forms since childhood in Buffalo, New York. With years of performance in variety of venues from clubs to churches, James graduated with a Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in 2010. This music fundraising campaign project also features composer-bassist William Parker and composer-drummer Gerald Cleaver.