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One reason for the devotion of her following is her ability to unlock the creativity in others, whether in music or other disciplines: take, for example, the thriving Fan Art section of her...
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Music groups have already seen and realized what their fans can do for them. Bay Area flutist Meerenai Shim is an example. She ran out of interesting music to play with her chamber ensemble, and...
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Artists who come to Chirply can download a submission kit with the specs for the designs that work as greeting cards, notebook covers, and wrapping paper. Designs get posted to the voting section...
The following sites offer crowdsourced funding for the arts:
The Big Give
Fans Next Door
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Kickstarter is the largest funding platform for creative projects in the world. Every week, tens of thousands of amazing people pledge millions of dollars to projects from the worlds of music,...
Crowdsourcing enables consumers & companies to bypass existing middlemen. Just post a competition and appoint your own jury (colleagues/customers). You set the requirements, like theme and type...
Fund-A-Fighter offers fans a venue to help develop their favorite fighters while at the same time getting an opportunity to personally get involved in their favorite sport. Come on, how many fans...
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It started with their August 2009 concert in Prague, in which they took cell phone and other digital video footage of more than 50 fans and created their concert DVD. With the combination of the...
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Social Media Week in Berlin (19-23 September 2011) will bring together jovoto, a creative crowdsourcing platform for collaborative idea generation together with Start Next, a crowdfunding platform for artists, designers and inventors to undertake a unique experiment to merge the power of creative crowdsourcing with the power of crowdfunding. Together jovoto and Start Next will kick-off a cross-platform initiative to crowdfund and then produce, works of art. The concept is; three weeks of proposals to identify artists, four weeks funding followed by two weeks of art.
They believe that everyone is an artist and that everyone has the ability to create art. jovoto and Start Next will help fund artists and then enable the distribution their work over the Internet so that they can reach the broadest possible audience. The development and implementation of creative ideas through the Internet is increasingly becoming a collaborative act. Creative crowdsourcing can involve the broadcast of a creative endeavor inviting creatives to provide individual works. Alternatively, art can be formed as a result of the collective participation of many artists. Artists like Aaron Koblin have demonstrated how it’s possible to create unique work by tapping into large communities of artists, often involving thousands of individuals. Crowdsourcing both provides the opportunity for new talent to be found and new forms of art to be created.
Amanda Palmer, who raised $1.2 million on Kickstarter, recently gave a TED Talk called "The art of asking." She addresses crowdfunding, criticism against her, and more.
"Chuck and I saw all the exciting things happening online through crowdfunding and thought, we’ve got a great film that should be made,” says “Art Story” director Aaron Blaise. “‘Art Story’...
In recent months, the most active crowdfunders have been investors and entrepreneurs, leveraging the crowd to launch a successful business. Due to the popularity of equity-based crowdfunding, some...
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The video [http://www.crowdsourcing.org/l/54] combines crowdsourcing, music and art (creativity) into one. It's a great video indeed as fans are able to relive Johnny Cash's music, life...
Aaron Koblin is an artist specializing in data and digital technologies his work creations of digital art formed from real-world and community generated data. His projects have been shown at international festivals including Ars Electronica, SIGGRAPH, OFFF, the Japan Media Arts Festival, and TED.
Aaron’s work represents some of the best examples of how masses of otherwise innocuous information can be processed to create beautiful, but equally complex visualizations of data derived from thousands of individual actions. Aaron has also been experimenting with the aggregation of data derived from the collective actions of individuals.
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Created by Business to Arts, Fund it is an Ireland-wide initiative that provides a platform for people with great ideas to attract funding from friends, fans and followers across the world....
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Putting the fact that it's promotional for Chrome aside, "The Johnny Cash Project" is a really a remarkable piece of work, drawn together from a lot of talented people. Each Cash...
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DNA 11 Labs is the place where design ideas and social interaction meet.
DNA 11 is world-renowned for being the original creator of the world’s most personalized art: DNA Portraits made from...
Whilst many artists seek to find a greater number of new fans, it’s important not to lose focus on the ones you’ve already got.
Crowdfunding can be about using the depth of your existing fanbase...
Group funded arts projects are a way to combat this stagnation and give a voice to those underrepresented in the world of theatre via such popular funding sites as WeFund, Sponsume, IndieGoGo,...
The results of the Tribeca Film Festival crowdfunding campaigns serve as an excellent case study for future filmmakers pursuing similar projects. Filmmakers now recognize that setting realistic...