We Need Your Help!
We want to raise funds for a 2019 London show in a gallery in Central London next year.
We love having the work of our members up on the walls with a gallery full of cat lovers come to enjoy the show. It’s always great social occasion and a chance to art lovers and artists alike to meet and chat. So the committee have been researching galleries, visiting the spaces and working out the logistics and costs of a London show and a private view. After a lot of hard work we now have a shortlist of suitable spaces.
Putting on our own London show will be a big undertaking. We have many members who have offered to help with the work involved but what we don’t have are the funds to hire the gallery or host the private view.
So We Are Launching A Crowdfunding Campaign!
Contemporary Cat Art In The Capital
We hope that you’ll help us reach our goal and raise enough money for a wonderful feline fine art show in the capital next year. You can donate on our crowdfunding page here https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/society-of-feline-artists-exhibition.
How Does It Work?
It takes a fair amount of money to put on a show in a big city like London. In the past we’d have had to raise that money from a sponsor and as you can imagine that’s not easy to do. Crowdfunding turns that idea on its head, by using a page on crowdfunder we can ask our friends and fans to contribute a small amount to help us reach our goal.
Donating and Rewards
You can simply donate any amount you like without anything in return or you can pick one of the rewards donated by our members and donate the amount associated with the reward. £5 for a pack of cards for example. You’ll receive the reward direct from the artist as a thank you for your donation. Our members have donated some wonderful feline art as rewards, including limited edition prints, cards and paintings.
Here are just a few. But get in early, there are limited numbers of each reward.
You can donate on our crowdfunding page here https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/society-of-feline-artists-exhibition.
With many thanks to targut for the ginger cat photo.