Brooklyn CSA+D

Part of a national movement with outposts in more than 40 communities across the country, Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design (CSA+D) is the first program of its kind to launch in New York City. Representing an affordable and exciting new way to collect art and support local and emerging artists and designers, Brooklyn CSA+D offers a fresh alternative to the commercial gallery system, which can be prohibitively expensive and daunting to many people.  The goal is to build real connections between shareholders and local artists that will inspire new relationships and the potential for future purchases of artwork.

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CSA+D Brooklyn on NY1

By Patrick Kowalczyk

Dec. 10, 2014

Check out this fantastic segment by NY1’s Stephanie Simon on Brooklyn Community Support Art + Design.

Permalink | Posted on Dec 10, 2014 at 12:21 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk

Brooklyn CSA+D in Blackbook, Time Out NY

By Patrick Kowalczyk

Oct. 03, 2014

The Brooklyn CSA+D is back for its second season, giving New Yorkers the chance to buys shares and receive six pieces of original artwork at the end of season.

Coverage has include Time Out New York, Food and Wine, Blackbook, Brooklyn Magazine, Free Williamsburg, Bedford + Bowery, and Creative Bloq.

Permalink | Posted on Oct 03, 2014 at 10:11 AM by Patrick Kowalczyk

A CSA for Art, Not Veggies

By Patrick Kowalczyk

Sep. 05, 2013

Putting a creative twist on Community Supported Agriculture programs (CSA) in which people invest in a local farm and enjoy monthly deliveries of fresh produce, Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design (CSA+D) gives New Yorkers the opportunity to purchase shares in exchange for artwork yet to be created by a curated group of local and emerging artists and designers.

PKPR secured extensive national and regional coverage for the launch of CSA+D including DailyCandy, Art in America, House Beautiful, Wall Street Journal, PSFK, New York Daily News, HyperAllergic, Brooklyn Exposed, The Atlantic, Art Daily, Brooklyn MagazinePureWow, Brokelyn, The Brooklyn Paper, and Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Permalink | Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 12:04 PM by Patrick Kowalczyk

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