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Funding artist and venue costs for a deaf drama camp, providing a free workshop of jazz instruction for young female students, and providing materials and supplies for at-risk youth arts programs . . . these are just a few of the 228 projects that were made possible by ArtsFund's regional arts crowdfunding initiative, power2give/PugetSound. Learn more about the platform's collective impact in the community.
Allan Osberg, President of Osberg Construction, has been donating to ArtsFund since 1971. We recently sat down with Allan to talk about his long time commitment to ArtsFund and the growth of the Seattle arts scene.
Mark your calendars now and join 1,000 civic, business, and cultural leaders at the 29th annual Celebration of the Arts Luncheon on Thursday, May 4. Registration opens in early April.
A new national public opinion poll by Americans for the Arts shows wide-ranging support for and participation in the arts among Americans. The results show not only this high engagement, but overwhelming appreciation for the arts and an agreement arts institutions add value to their communities.
The ArtsFund Associates will come together again to represent ArtsFund in the community and promote our next fundraising effort. Recruitment for this next year is underway through mid-October—learn more about ArtsFund's dedicated cohort of volunteers!
Join us in thanking these businesses and their employees for investing in ArtsFund and making our community stronger.
“As corporate citizens of the world, it is our responsibility– our duty –to serve the communities where we do business…”
Poll Story: Seattle Art Museum, Graphic Masters: Dürer, Rembrandt, Hogarth, Goya, Picasso, R. Crumb. Photo by Natali Wiseman
Allan Osberg photo courtesy of Alabastro Photography