We all know first hand how life can change so quickly with the onset of a global pandemic.
With artists relying on a livelihood of in person exhibitions, art sales and performative shows, there is no doubt that the arts sector was one of the worst affected over the past year.
At Art Pharmacy our goal was to keep our Australian creative community alive. We worked hard to push new projects, promote emerging and established artists through our online gallery and find ways to establish new art opportunities throughout the last financial year.
We are thrilled to look back at our results and find that we engaged around 250+ artists and creatives over 20 different creative projects, all while working remotely.
We are proud to say that this enabled over $372,500 of artist and creatives fees going directly back into our creative community. We also ensured all artists shortlisted for projects were paid for concepts even if unsuccessful.