Discover the artists and organizations using Kickstarter to realize ambitious projects in visual art, dance, and performance.
We VoteBy Michele Pred
A new play about a friendship, growing up, depression, and magic; produced by new NJ theater group The Chaotic Good Collective.
Unity's Theatre Troupe: a theatre collective based in South Jersey.
We want to put on a large Cirque show called "Act One Presents... Lost at the Circus".
We're an award-winning Los Angeles comedy group funding a whole slate of creative projects over the next 18 months.
Meet Molly SodaDigital ephemera, repurposed and purged.
Meet Tiger Strikes AsteroidA collective for artists, by artists.
Sarah Kinlaw’s upcoming performance at MoMA fuses choreography, environment, and sound
Beyond patronage: artists share their experimental approaches to funding and distribution
Political posters by Shepard Fairey and others are coming to 20,000 U.S. classrooms
New work and big ideas from established and emerging artists.
An interactive, steel sculpture that stands 7.5 feet tall and gives voice to stories of grief and praise within a community.
Let's help voters find the candidates who support reasonable gun safety policy to make America a less militant & violent place
What does climate change sound like? Introducing a new sound collaboration between Caecilia Tripp and South Florida’s coral ecologies.
Pressing pause on the recycling process to facilitate contemplation of personal consumption and question defaults of disposability
New: Designed by ArtistsCelebrate community-centered products.
Visit For FreedomsSee these Kickstarter-funded billboards across America.
a new dance of shifting occasions by Julie Mayo premiering at The Chocolate Factory
A sharing of gestures inspired by connecting to the essence of place. #gesturesoftheworld
The Storm, a new contemporary dance work for 7 dancers. The work will tour from Autumn 2018 with an accompanying workshop package.
A dance piece created and choreographed by Eleanor Grace addressing the mental struggles of going through immediate death at sixteen.
Marianna Schaffer: how to apply to grants
Patton Hindle: how to work with galleries and collectors
RJ Supa: how to sell your own artwork
Meet Ebony G. PattersonReclaiming space for Kansas City.
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Author-Blogger publishing my next book, a photographic display of my life in Seattle!
Capturing beautiful scenery across the United States and overseas if possible.
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