New Markets for Artists: How to Sell, Fund Projects,
and Exhibit Using Social Media, DIY Popups, e bay,
Kickstarter, and Much More
Author/Editor: Brainard Carey
Provides concrete examples of how new technologies
are helping artists raise funds for projects.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2012
ORGANIZATIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Creators receive funds earned for projects, regardless of whether
the project reaches its goal.
Hosts an online community where artists can post projects for
funding and connect with those who love and support artists. The
goal of Hatchfund is to help artists successfully navigate the
challenging world of online fundraising through our unique educational
and hands-on approach. A total of 75% of all artists on Hatchfund
have been successful in funding their projects.
A for-profit and nonprofit crowdsourcing program. Creators
receive funds earned for projects, regardless of whether the
project reaches its goal.
The world’s largest funding platform for creative projects.
Projects must reach goal in order for project creator to receive funds.
Creators receive funds earned for projects, regardless of
whether the project reaches its goal.
The Void Academy
Offers an online course “Step by Step Crowdfunding for Artists.”
WEBSITES AND BLOGS
Art Marketing Resources
Lists more than 50 crowdfunding platforms for artists.
Crowdfunding Guide for Artists, Part 1
Information provided by the website The Abundant Artist
Crowdfunding Guide for Artists, Part 2
More information provided by the website The Abundant Artist
Crowdfunding Tips for African American Artists
Kickstarter vs. Indiegogo vs. GoFundMe vs.
RocketHub: Crowdfunding Platforms Compared
Penned by by Kristl Hines.
Provides information on “Kickstarter Success Stories” with descriptions of
successful fundraising campaigns by members of the organization. Provides
tips for conducting a crowdfunding campaign.