Donor Appreciation at SOMArts

Thank you for supporting insurrection, connection and community through the arts!

At SOMArts, we depend on the generosity of community members like you who help us keep politically-engaged and experimental art accessible to diverse Bay Area communities. In recognition of your commitment, we’re pleased to provide the following donor perks that offer unique experiences to meet and learn more about the artists and work you’re supporting.

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Perks for Donations from February – August 2016

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Dreamer: An email roundup of the top 10 best interviews we’ve conducted with local artists.

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Rebel: In addition to the Dreamer perk, an invitation to two exhibition preview receptions where you can get a first-look at a new show.

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Visionary: In addition to the Rebel perks, an exclusive invite to our SOMArts Family BBQ with artists and curators. You’ll get an opportunity to meet SOMArts artists, board and staff, and take a walkthrough of the exhibition you supported led by its curators!

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Trailblazer: In addition to the Visionary perks, tickets for 2 to one of the following events: a private tour with a SOMArts board member (and a bottle of bubbly!) of key works in Night Light: Multimedia Garden Party or a behind-the-scenes opportunity to meet artists and see how our beloved annual Dia de los Muertos exhibition comes to life during the exhibition’s installation period.

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Revolutionary: Tickets to both the private tour of Night Light and the behind-the-scenes Dia de los Muertos exhibition tour, an invitation to the BBQ, a SOMArts t-shirt and 3 hand-written updates about the progress of upcoming exhibitions.

Photo credits (from top to bottom): Visions Into Infinite Archives exhibition, curated by Black Salt Collective, Photo by Dan Fenstermacher; A Place of Her Own exhibition, curated by Cynthia Tom, photo by Alex Fulks; SOMArts Summer Shindig 2013; Today is the Shadow of Tomorrow: Dia de los Muertos exhibition 2015, curated by Rene Yañez and Rio Yañez. Photo by J. Astra Brinkmann; In Her Head installation by Black Salt Collective, Night Light 2015, Photo by J. Astra Brinkmann.