Donors provide crucial funding to support our programs, exhibitions, conservation, educational programs, and social mission of arts accessibility. Become part of the Culturally Arts Collective family and enjoy a variety of exclusive donor benefits.
GENERAL DONATIONS: Custom Amount, $3 USD minimum
Donate as little as $3 or the price of coffee to support arts advocacy for accessibility and representation, as well as our operations in art as visual activism and community activation
STUDENT DONOR: $20
Covers art supplies and instruction for 1 child
CONSERVATORY DONOR: $40
Covers a dance costume, instruction, and rectial fees for 1 child
PERFORMANCE DONOR: $100
Covers conservatory concert tickets for a partner school's class of students
Recognition in show program
EDUCATION DONOR: $400
Covers a 3 month art virtual class for 20 children & art supplies
EXHIBITION DONOR: $450
Covers $15 of submissions for 30 first-time exhibiting artists
Be recognized on the group exhibition page
Where does my donation go?
Support youth arts education, art as visual activism, and art as community activism while fostering an international community of artists and their professional development. Read below about two programs that are completely donor-funded:
Ballet Beyond Boundaries
Pictured is our spring / summer 2021 cohort
CAC offered virtual ballet classes taught by a professional dancer for a cohort of children in Colombia. Students had no prior dance experience, and through a three month period, advanced from a level 1 ballet syllabus to a level 2 or 3. The children had the opportunity to perform excerpts from Swan Lake at the end of quarter recital via Zoom for an international audience.
Exhibition Opportunities for Emerging Artists
Video shows how our curators and exhibiting artists celebrated International Women's Day through arts advocacy promotion
Our curatorial affairs department is 100% women run, which offers a new and diverse perspective in the arts in the notoriously male-dominated field. Your donations help emerging artists like Susanne Tabet have a solo 360-degree 3D exhibition on view in our virtual Milostka Center, providing an accessible industry entry and professional exhibition credit!