Community Supported Art (CSA) Program
Buy original art at an affordable price!
About the CSA Program
MACLA is proud to launch its first Community-Supported Art (CSA) program, which supports Latino artists by helping them to create and distribute their artwork through new channels. Concurrently, this program gives first-time and experienced art collectors the opportunity to own regionally made, limited-edition art.
CSA artists participate in an exciting new model of creation and distribution, and member collectors receive multiple works from local emerging and mid-career artists at a fantastic value, and support local artists’ careers.
For more information, contact Sharon, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (408) 998-2783.
What's in the box?
Kevin B. Chen has been involved in the Bay Area arts community for 20 years. He is a curator at Intersection for the Arts and is an artist represented by Jack Fischer Gallery in San Francisco.
Daniel Garcia is a Cultivator at Content Magazine, which reflects the beauty and diversity of the people of San Jose and how their lives, work and art affect society.
Amina Yee is the Curatorial Assistant at the Oakland Museum of California, where she works on interdisciplinary projects and helps develop exhibitions in art, history, and the natural sciences.
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation supported the launch of this program in San José.
This program is made possible by Arts Council Silicon Valley, in partnership with the County of Santa Clara, a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San José, the David & Lucile Packard Foundation, the Castellano Family Foundation, The Institute of Museum and Library Services, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, the James Irvine Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and MACLA donors. MACLA is a participant in the grantee network of Leveraging Investments in Creativity, funded by the Ford Foundation.