An Easy way to Support Local Artists

donna downey
September 22, 2017
August 10, 2017

Meet Wendy Hickey, Founder & Executive Director of ArtPop.  

ArtPop Misson:  To promote local artists' work and make art accessible to communities through available media space Art + Public Outdoor Project = ArtPop 

ArtPop promotes local artists' work through available media space. This program is made possible by generous donations of space from the advertising industry. Local media companies partner with local arts groups to create the ArtPop program. Work is juried, voted on and promoted in the market on available media space to a limited number of artists who are chosen for the program.  Each artist receives a value of $30,000-$70,000 in advertising value each year.

Recycle it >>> Support it >>> Tote it around!

One of my favorite things about ArtPop is how they promote Artists and art awareness in the community. Now they have made it even more fun to be a part of their mission! ArtPop is now recycling the large billboard artwork into the most adorable totes and i was lucky enough to meet with Wendy last week and score some of the first ones off of the assembly line!

Donate and Receive!

For a donation of only $35 you can be a part of the ArtPop culture and receive one of these recycled totes! i have only a limited supply of these totes and am hoping to sell out in support of local Artists everywhere!

        > > >  BUY YOURS Here TODAY and Support ArtPop Programs < < <


NOTE: all bags will be different and include the artist tag of the original billboard image.

The bags i have available were all created from the recycled billboard of artist, Sala Faruq.

ArtPop is currently accepting submissions in the greater Charlotte, NC area.Entry deadline is 10/15/2017. HERE is a link for submission!

Find the ArtPop program in your city!

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Donna Downey is a New Jersey native now living and working out of her studio in Huntersville, NC. As a painter, bestselling author, instructor and all-around creative force, she is a born experimenter, blending and transforming both traditional and unexpected elements into meaningful pieces of self-expression. A former elementary school teacher, she has synthesized her love of teaching with her passion for art and brings this to women via workshops and events around the world. Donna is consistently on the leading edge of taking risks that push the creative envelope and empowering others to do the same with their art. Her work can be found in private and public collections around the world.