What We Do
Located in the Historic Brooklyn Collective, SouthEnd ARTS is an organization promoting the nexus point between progress for all and art-making, SEA not only celebrates the creativity of artists from all backgrounds and cultures but also highlights the power of art to shine a light on societal issues and themes, encouraging self-reflection and calls to action. SEA amplifies voices and mobilizes people to make the change they want to see in the world. In this way, the organization is a social movement that recognizes the potential for art to “convene, connect and catalyze” diverse constituencies toward a common goal.
SPONSOR AN ARTIST
SouthEnd ARTS offers unique sponsorship opportunities to achieve your philanthropic vision while promoting the success of the organization and its mission. Sponsorship is an exciting way for individuals to become engaged with a particular artist, exhibition, or program. All investment opportunities will be tailored to meet your goals and interests and will be commensurate with giving levels.
Become a PATRON by sponsoring an UNDERINVESTED ARTIST!!! When you become a SouthEnd ARTS Patron, we introduce to you to your artist to encourage and promote their success.
Option 1: $10 per month ($120 yearly) will allow one invited underinvested invited artist to exhibit free!
Option 2: $20 per month ($240 yearly) will double the excitement by allowing two underinvested invited artists to exhibit free!
Affiliate Members – These members are social justice-aligned and want to both support and direct the organization’s efforts. Advocate members will have a voice in selecting social justice themes and speakers, will have volunteer opportunities to meet others with similar passions, and will be called upon to advance annual advocacy efforts. (Fee = $50 annually)
When you contribute to SouthEnd ARTS, your donation supports our mission by helping us showcase local underrepresented artists; provide resources to help artists professionalize their portfolios; and sponsor a regular Speaker Series.