Community supported art program started in Minnesota

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The city of Mobile, AL, seen from across the bay.

Springboard for the Arts, a community development organization for artists, recently began a program in Minnesota that’ll help jumpstart the creation of local art.

50 community members buy “shares” in the work of nine local artists, and over the course of the summer, they’ll each receive nine original works created by them.

Cool way to make sure art keeps getting created– local art can be some of the best there is. Here’s a piece from my hometown, Fairhope, Alabama (full post coming soon:)

Check out the full story plus quotes from Springboard’s executive director on The Atlantic.

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