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The People’s Art Movement Fund

The People’s Art Movement Fund is intended to help each artist that is a part of This Is America V2. Donation proceeds will be split equally amongst all of the artists in the exhibit. Art builds culture. But we cannot do it alone. Artists depend on the support and participation of community members to create a culture that is vibrant, engaged, and inclusive of all our citizens and their experiences. We are at a pivotal time in History where divisive rhetoric continues to separate us into warring camps. We now know that uniting together is the only way forward.

We are all looking to be part of something that is bigger than us. The People’s Art Movement is that. This is art for the people by the people. Together, gaps will be bridged and areas once barren and neglected will become bountiful again so that we can build a brighter future for all. This is why we are asking for your support. Whatever your budget allows–be it $5 or $500–your donation will not only ensure that our artists are compensated, but it will help us build a stronger and more resilient People’s Art Movement.

Thank you for your contributions and being part of The People’s Art Movement. We can not move alone. Please share The People’s Art Movement and this fund initiative with others looking to continue to build community. Then together make sure to see This Is America V2 at Boston City Hall’s Scollay Square Gallery before it ends July 19th. “United We Stand. Divided We Fall.”


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