Please help us convert a school bus into an art bus that will deliver us to project destinations by running off of waste vegetable oil. Read more
This project was successfully funded on February 26, 2012.
About this project
Our goal is to raise money to buy and convert a school bus into an art bus that runs on waste vegetable oil. There are several opportunities that this will open. A tour in collaboration with Elestial Sound Records is already scheduled to commence in March 2012. The tour begins at our headquarters in Gainesville, FL, with performances in various cities including the SXSW festival in Austin, TX. In June we are working with the VAN residency in Miami to create an environment for art and musical performances.This summer, we are also honoring a mural commission in New York at The Museum of Working Artists, a new contemporary art center in Redhook, Brooklyn.
Having a viable, ethical, and affordable means of transportation is the first step in being able to fulfill these and future opportunities. Any contribution towards our immediate goal helps the entire future of our vision and is greatly appreciated.
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