Crowdsourcing on platforms like GoFundMe, IndieGogo, and Patreon have become a popular way for artists to support their crafts by asking donors to give monetarily on a monthly or project basis. Two sculptors in Franklin, Indiana are giving online fundraising a try. WFYI's Curious Mix contributor Emily Metheny tells us why.
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A Sloth Inspires Fundraising For Public Art
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