What is Community Supported Art?
For years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has been a popular way for consumers to buy food directly from local farms. With the same buy-local spirit in mind, The Carnegie is excited to continue an arts-focused CSA to Northern Kentucky to support local art, artists and collectors of all levels.
How does it work?
Individuals interested in supporting the Carnegie CSA will purchase a “share” for $350 and in return will receive a “farm box” consisting of nine pieces of locally produced artwork. Featured works could include items such as mixed media prints, a run of photographs, or small original ceramics. The actual works created will vary and will be kept secret until July 24 when participants will pick up their “shares” during the Carnegie CSA harvest party. All proceeds from the selling of “shares” will go towards sustaining the Carnegie CSA and paying participating artists.
Become a Member of the 2015 Carnegie CSA
To purchase a share, please click here.
Returning Carnegie CSA Members are invited to recycle your crate from 2014 and get a $25 discount. Please bring your crate to the Harvest Party so we can pack up your new artwork.
2015 Carnegie CSA Artists
Tony Dotson | Factory 15 (Leah Busch + Sandra Gross) | Future Retrieval (Guy Michael Davis + Katie Parker) | Terence Hammonds | Homeadow Song (Peter Huttinger + Catherine V. Mansoor) | Anthony Luensman | Mark Patsfall | Sara Caswell-Pearce | Bill Ross (with Bob Scheadler + Sharon Butler)
Learn more about the participating artists here.
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