1. What is CSArt Colorado?
Denver Botanic Gardens and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA) are proud to present Community Supported Art Colorado (CSArt Colorado). Through a buy-local, share-based membership, CSArt Colorado brings artists and art lovers together. Selected by curators from Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and Denver Botanic Gardens, the featured artworks will be in a range of media and allow for people to easily discover artists.
Modeled closely on agricultural CSAs that link local food growers with local consumers, the CSArt program has gained awareness thanks to the work of St. Paul-based Springboard for the Arts.
CSArt Colorado creates opportunities for residents to support their local art community through a share-based collective.
2. How do I become a shareholder?
Learn more and buy a share of CSArt Colorado here.
3. What are the benefits to becoming a shareholder?
As a CSArt Colorado shareholder, you will receive nine original works of art created by established and emerging Colorado artists. You will be invited to three art distribution events scheduled for spring, summer, and fall. At these events shareholders will meet the artists, socialize with other collectors, and pick up three works of art. Becoming a shareholder is a sustainable way to support your local art community.
4. What if I miss an art distribution event?
If you are unable to attend an art distribution event, please let us know ahead of time by emailing email@example.com or calling 303.443.2122. CSArt Colorado will not be able to deliver artworks to shareholders.
5. How do I purchase shares for 2014?