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We are raising money for our End of Year 2018 fundraising campaign and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate a little or a lot. Anything helps. Thank you for your support. We’ve included information about ArtsEarth below.
We need your help to ensure our important mission continues while upholding quality arts promotions and keeping it free to those artists and arts communities who are struggling to inform our society and enrich our cultures well worldwide through dance, film, literature, music, theatre, visual arts, and multimedia.
ArtsEarth is a 501(c)3 venture to better promote artists and the arts communities to the general public. Original arts articles / reviews published and partnerships are also available.
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Volunteer at ArtsEarth
If you are unable to financially donate at this time, perhaps you can put in some sweat equity by directly volunteering with ArtsEarth in a variety of positions like article creative writers and photojournalists (of all levels), or with administrative and technology based work directly here at ArtsEarth to improve our infrastructure and better support the arts communities in 2019, it would be much appreciated as well.
Funded Arts Projects
HELPING FUND — 2018
$991 Raised of $16,000 GOAL (as of DEC 5, 2018)
November 20, 2018
Evolve Puppets is raising money to bring our innovative puppetry/theatre/multimedia show HOME to The Tank NYC in Spring of 2019!
Home: a hybrid puppetry/theatre play by Tanya Khordoc and Barry Weil (Evolve Company) with score by Joel Phillip Friedman.
HELPED FUND — 2018
$1,391 Raised of $500 GOAL (as of JAN 6, 2018)
January 6, 2018
Outsound Presents plays an important role in the Bay Area for creative and experimental music presenting over eighty shows annually on a very small budget including the Outsound New Music Summit in July. We hope you’ll consider making a tax deductible donation in support of ground breaking creative music.
HELPED FUND — 2017
Aniela Perry’s Hell Cello Fundraiser
$10,616 Raised of $10,000 GOAL (as of SEP 11, 2017)
September 10, 2017
Hell Cello is a stunt of ridiculous musical proportions to raise money for Sweet Relief and the story of Hell Cello is incomplete without the story of Josh Tate’s Hell Walk.
“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.”
HELPED FUND — 2017
$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.
FUNDED — 2016
Afternoon / the concert series
$150 / MONTHLY
ArtsEarth presents Afternoon / the concert series once-a-month featuring the best in music from the San Francisco Bay Area and internationally.
HELPED FUND — 2012
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.
HELPED FUND — 2012
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.