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Introducing Curated Pages

Today we’re excited to unveil a new feature on Kickstarter called Curated Pages. As noted in today’s New York Times, Curated Pages are a way for organizations, institutions, and (soon) individuals to share projects they love on Kickstarter.

To help us launch this feature, we invited some of the most respected arts and cultural institutions in the world to curate projects from their communities, or simply things they found and liked on Kickstarter. You can see the fruits of their efforts below, or by going to the bottom of the Kickstarter homepage. 

Curated Pages

For logo-phobes, that list is: the Wooster Collective, Pitchfork, the city of Portland, Oregon, Rhode Island School of Design, the Magnum Foundation, Rhizome, Creative Commons, GOOD Magazine, NYU’s ITP program, Kill Screen, School of Visual Arts, and the Brooklyn Flea. The Sundance Institute and Creative Capital will be posting Curated Pages in the near future, too.

Thanks to all of these institutions for their time and their ongoing work in support of the arts. We’re thrilled to be working with them.

Interested in curating a page of your own? In the coming weeks we’ll be making the ability to curate a page available to everyone. Stay tuned!

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      Creator llf40 (deleted) on August 5, 2011

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      Creator llb10r (deleted) on August 8, 2011

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      Creator lflb70 (deleted) on August 9, 2011

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      Creator Jenny Gibbs on August 11, 2011

      These pages are fantastic. The Graduate Programs of Massachusetts College of Art and Design would be interested in curating a page for our Graduate students. How do we get started? MassArt was the first degree-granting college of art in the US (founded 1873) and today we are the only independent public university of art and design.

      Jenny Gibbs, Assistant Dean of the Graduate Programs
      Massachusetts College of Art and Design

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      Creator Christian Schmeer on December 6, 2011

      To strengthen the community aspect of Kickstarter, you should create a system where all users can make their own curated pages. They don't need to be featured on Kickstarter, but it would be a great way of incorporating Kickstarter funding in people's blogs / websites etc.

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      Creator Michael Caruso on December 18, 2011

      Has there been any update on allowing brands to release their own curated page?

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      Creator Brad Nix on January 21, 2012

      Any updates on the " In the coming weeks we’ll be making the ability to curate a page available to everyone. Stay tuned!" ??

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      Creator onebitpixel on February 1, 2012

      I've been using Pinterest to build my own KickStarter curated page of projects I've funded or followed.

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      Creator Robin Good on April 19, 2012

      Any news on this front? Curated pages for individuals and small orgs are coming?

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      Creator Cabiria Style on November 5, 2012

      If I'm a member of one of the existing curated pages (in this case I'm a Pratt alumnus), how can I tell them about my Kickstarter Project? I've only got 15 days left, so I'm trying to expedite that process.

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      Creator Justin Raymond Merino on October 25

      How does an organization sign up to curate?

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      Creator Sam Khorram (Sallar Khorramshahi) on November 20

      Any update on organizations signing up for their own curated pages?