Community Supported Art Collections Available for Purchase


11/21/2016

Community Supported Art Collections Available for Purchase

Cambridge Arts’ Community Supported Art program offers a once-a-year opportunity to art lovers. By purchasing an art 'share' you are collecting a series of original or limited edition artwork produced by artists based in Cambridge. This curated portfolio is perfect for your own personal collection, a gift or for a corporate art collection. A diverse range of beautiful, inspired artwork.

This award-winning program operates much like an agricultural CSA share – with a clever twist! Instead of enjoying a harvest share, Community Supported Art provides an opportunity to directly support local artists by purchasing original artwork made by a neighbor, friend and member of the Cambridge community.

Community Supported Art shares are a great way to build or start an art collection with affordably priced work from local artists. Shares are available in three sizes: small (3 works, $150), medium (6 works, $300), and large (9 works, $450). Shares are limited and are available for purchase now: www.csartcambridge.com/shop.

The 2016 collection features small works from Mireli Books, Marcia Cohen, Estelle Disch, Melissa Glick, Linda Haas, Janet Malenfant, Margarette Mattos, Anne Plaisance and Deidre Tao. Learn more about the artists at www.csartcambridge.com.

Community Supported Art Holiday Markets and Pop-Ups

View artwork from the 2016 collection, meet participating artists and purchase shares at the following holiday markets and pop-ups around Cambridge.

NOCA Winter Show

Sunday, December 4th 12-5pm

www.noca-arts.org

Cambridge Winter Farmer’s Market

Saturday, December 17, 10-2pm

www.cambridgewinterfarmersmarket.com

Gather Here Handmade Holiday Market

Sunday, December 18, 12-6pm

www.facebook.com/events/246707575727028/

Community Supported Art is program of Cambridge Arts: Creative Marketplace, a suite of programs designed to support a vibrant arts economy in Cambridge. Cambridge Arts:Creative Marketplace programs are supported by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Adams Art Program.