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.
News • Arts & Culture / June 7, 2019
A Sloth Inspires Fundraising For Public Art
A Sloth Inspires Fundraising For Public ArtTwo sculptors in Franklin, Indiana are giving online fundraising a try with help from a sloth mural. urlFranklin, public art, Curious Mix, Indiana art, crowdsourcing2019-06-07T00:00:00-04:002019-06-07T00:00:00-04:00
Arts & Culture / October 14, 2019
From WFYI's Arts and Culture Desk, Jill Ditmire talks with DeLanna Studi about the personal story she shares in her work "And So We Walked, An Artist's Journey Along The Trail Of Tears."Read More