Discover the artists and organizations using Kickstarter to realize ambitious projects in visual art and performance.
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A public memorial to those Africans and African-Americans whose trafficking and sale financed the building of Faneuil Hall
Help create my next film for my upcoming solo exhibition that will be presented in January 2020 at AAILA Gallery.
Un set para para café, inspirado en una mágica triple relación entre una abeja mexicana, el barro y los cafetales de Cuetzalan, Puebla.
Celebrating two great communities—pie versus cake.
These projects are rethinking what a campaign can be—from participatory rewards to changing the course of the final artwork.
See how museums, collectives, and arts nonprofits use Kickstarter to bring innovative ideas to new audiences.
Blending the captivating art of belly dance and immersive storytelling of D&D to create a spellbinding theatrical experience.
A Unique Trapeze workshop 'Rig' for children & adults throughout Teesside. Teaching and Showcasing local talent indoors and outdoors
Tiffany Mills Company returns to Russia by popular demand! Support our second Eurasian tour to teach and perform at Festival “Isadora"!
A contemporary dance performance exploring the unique and collective experiences of women embodied through dance.
Nine years in the making,
200 images of NASA’s most iconic objects,
as you’ve never seen them before.
One man’s lifetime obsession.
The story of the man who took sludge out of a creek, and turned it into silver.
Mik Critchlow's epic documentary about the last years of coal mining in Ashington and England's North East.
A follow up photography book to our 2011 project "Malls Across America". 112 pages of new pictures from 1989.
Be part of something bigger than all of us.
Union Comedy is Boston's newest comedy theater offering improv, sketch, and stand-up comedy programming and classes in Somerville, MA.
A FREE two-day festival celebrating visual and performing artists in Seattle.
An promenade performance of Herman Melville's Moby Dick on board Brunel's SS Great Britain