Discover the artists and organizations using Kickstarter to realize ambitious projects in visual art and performance.
What does an exhibition on artificial intelligence look like?
A floating food forest for food deserts in New York City.
“The new Frankensteins are Monsanto and companies that are messing with the very essence of life.”
We've created a paint that absorbs 98-99% of visible light, we want to share this black hole in a bottle with all artists and creators.
A deck of playing cards featuring queer womxn, trans, non-binary, and gender nonconforming people.
A Book of Illustrated Fashions
Illustrations that celebrate fabulous fashion found on the New York City subway.
The late and great Aristophanes' The Frogs, adapted for the 21st century.
Our critically-acclaimed, redemptive storytelling needs a new home and you have the power to make that happen. #OWTrises
Marx in Soho - a one-woman show of Howard Zinn's politically charged play.
The time is now, the place is here, and Marx is back.
Obra de teatro que pretende abrir un diálogo para niños -y adultos- acerca de la diversidad sexual.
Taking art school on the road.
Civic participation, billboard by billboard.
Photography Book documenting and celebrating London's unique cultural richness.
Witness Suriname's indigenous current way of living, from city life in its capital Paramaribo to life in the Amazonian rain forest.
Help make Fiiiirst - Volume1: a photobook which showcases image based discussions between authors photographers.
Ten years in the making - a bumper edition of my cyclocross albums, with 290 pages of cyclocross goodness.
now my hand is ready for my heart: intimate histories is an exploration of an artist’s life and celebration of an artistic community.
The culmination of three years of performances about and IN East Austin pools
Your contribution helps us perform at the Dig Dance- Ballet: New Choreographic Discoveries
To expand the already thriving pole dance community at Pole Control Studios into a bigger, dynamic, multi-use, integrative dance studio
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