Posts Tagged “Show Me the Money”

Show Me the Money: Alternative Exposure Applicants

12.15.2012  |  By
Filed under: Projects/Series

Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.

Alternative Exposure is a grant program run by Southern Exposure and funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, with additional support by Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund. Alternative Exposure was launched in 2007 in order to support the independent, under-the-radar work of artists and small groups that are a defining feature of the San Francisco Bay Area art community. Since developing Alternative Exposure with SoEx, the Andy Warhol Foundation has invested in the creation of a growing national network of regional regranting programs, supporting the Idea Fund in Ho... More

Show Me the Money: Daily Serving

12.09.2012  |  By

Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.

Daily Serving is an international online arts magazine with 35 different contributors from around the world. In addition to exhibition reviews, they have columns reserved for longer reconsiderations of artworks and art practices outside of the review format (#Hashtags); an art advice column (Help Desk); a weekly column tying together artistic practices, exhibitions, and popular culture based in Los Angeles (LA Expanded); artist interviews; and fea... More

Show Me the Money: Kala Art Institute Part 2

11.23.2012  |  By

Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.

This is Part 2 of an interview with Archana Horsting of Kala Art Institute. Go here to see Part 1.

graphic developed with Lauren Venell

Do you ever start programs because you find a funding opportunity, or does it work the other way around (you develop the project and then you look for the funding), or do you develop programs in partnership with a funder?

Archana Horsting: Well, all of those happened. While we have a long history of just doing and then finding the funding as we go along. You’re better off convincing people and educating your funders about what you want to do and what you are... More

Show Me the Money: Kala Art Institute, Part 1

11.20.2012  |  By

Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.

For this installment of Show Me the Money, I will be focusing on the Kala Art Institute. Kala’s mission is to help artists sustain their creative work over time through its artists-in-residence and fellowship programs, and to increase appreciation of this work through exhibitions, custom printing, art sales, public programs, and education. Additionally, Kala offers art education to the general public and public school children through its on-site classes and workshops and its Artists-in-Schools program.

We are at an interesting point in the histories of nonprofits. In the burst of utopian exubera... More

Show Me the Money: Works Progress

10.17.2012  |  By

Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.

graphic designed by Lauren Venell

Works Progress is currently run by artists Colin Kloecker and Shanai Matteson. Based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, it focuses on creating “collaborative projects that inspire, inform, and connect; catalyzing relationships across creative and cultural boundaries; and providing new platforms for public engagement.” Works Progress began in 2009 as a group effort with three major projects: Salon Saloon, a live-action... More

Show Me the Money: Context – Organizations, Artist Spaces, Arts For Profits, Collaboratives, and Other Models

10.05.2012  |  By
Filed under: Projects/Series

Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.

 

Organizations and Art Spaces – Directories and Personal Histories:
Project Space Survival Strategies
A web-based publication that functions as an organizational resource through the presentation of surveys regarding the survival strategies of currently fifty independent alternative project spaces internationally, organized by Elysa Lozano for Autonomous Organization and presented by Invisible Venue.

SITE/PROJECT PROFILES by Temporary Art R... More

Show Me the Money: Context – Artists

10.02.2012  |  By
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Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.



Interviews with Creatives about money:
Creative Accounting by Believer Magazine
Creative Accounting, an ongoing series that will show where the money goes for all of the major creative industries.

How did you get that F*&%ing Awesome Job?
Readymade ... More

Show Me the Money: Context – The Big Picture

09.29.2012  |  By
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Show Me the Money is an earnest attempt to get people to talk about money in the visual arts.

The Big Picture: Artists, Organizations, and the Economy
Notes on an Alternative Economy by Christian Frock
“Question — What are the active models of creative autonomy that work within the existing limitations of the system? How can I make the wor... More

Show Me the Money: An Introduction

09.20.2012  |  By
Filed under: Essay, Projects/Series

“… One of the reasons that we as cultural producers fail to organize — or even communicate — effectively around economic issues is because we’re taught to believe that funding is a private concern, a lack of money is shameful, and payment is linked so conclusively to merit that further knowledge can’t possibly benefit, or harm, any pote... More