The Artists' Fellowship, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) private charitable foundation that financially assists professional visual artists and their families in times of emergency, disability or bereavement. Assistance is given without expectation of repayment. One does not need to be a member of the Fellowship to receive assistance nor does membership in the Artists' Fellowship entitle one to assistance from the foundation.
Through its individual artists grants the Foundation provides financial resources for artists to create new work, acquire supplies, rent studio space, prepare exhibitions, attend a residency and offset living expenses, allowing them to better pursue their art.
Emphasizing direct engagement with contemporary visual art, VIA Art Fund supports projects that exemplify our core values of artistic production, thought leadership, and public engagement, VIA–by way of–Art.
LoosenArt is an online gallery and platform dedicated to contemporary visual arts, born and based on principles of contemporaneity, the very same principles in which contact, connection and exchange are prerogatives of a cultural evolution supported by a technology that is the expression of an interest to find new channels to relate freely and more directly to the others, an interest to demonstrate an innate need of human contact, where meetings are always something which give rise to something else.
The International Museum of Surgical Science, a division of the International College of Surgeons (ICS), maintains over 10,000 square feet of public galleries committed to the history of surgery, and an exquisite permanent collection of art and artifacts from the history of Medicine. The Museum supports its Mission through medically themed exhibitions and programs, in addition to a strong contemporary art exhibition program.
THE ARTBOX PROJECTS was brought to life by ARTBOX.GALLERY Switzerland. THE ARTBOX PROJECTS aims to promote young artists from all over the world and to offer them a platform on which they can present themselves to the public.
Project Gallery V (PGV) is a women artist-run online exhibition space. PGV hosts six curated and four juried exhibitions a year. In addition, we publish artist interviews on our site and highlight new emerging artists each week on our social media.
Print Center New York is the leading non-profit exhibition space in New York dedicated to exploring the dynamic and accessible medium of print within broader artistic and cultural discourses. Print Center New York engages audiences in a welcoming environment, both onsite and online, through interdisciplinary exhibitions, innovative scholarship, educational programming, and digital resources.