Donate to New Arts Collaboration
New Arts Collaboration is an interdisciplinary art project for sound and multimedia. In our vision, sound as a human expression could be formed and interacted freely and experimentally with other mediums including electronics, tape, visuals, music, etc. NAC connects with artists from multi-disciplined fields, forming a strong bond for artists to collaborate with each other, including living composers, sound artists, visual artists and so on.
What will NAC be offering?
NAC will produce a multimedia piano concert, a concert recording, and a studio recording. NAC will create other projects to achieve its vision for creating works for new music and art through collaboration with multidisciplinary artists. Check out NAC Benefit Concert and Open discussion on September 30th and 'POETIC MOVE '- the Premiere Concert for Piano and Multimedia on November 7th, 2021: https://newartscollaboration.org/event-in-2021
Why support NAC?
Your support will give NAC an opportunity to grow and develop into the future!
NAC stands for new, independent, and experimental music, as well as interdisciplinary art and multimedia works. NAC supports artists from various disciplines and backgrounds, as well as in an effort of supporting the community for BIPOC, living composers, and woman artists.
How will my donations be spent?
After recording production and PR expenses, we will distribute the remaining revenue: 65% to the artists, 20% to the administration, 15% to future programming.
NAC is not-for-profit, and we wouldn’t hold extra funds in our account, instead, we spend them all on NAC events/items.
What will I expect after donating to NAC?
After you donate to NAC, please feel free to submit a brief donor’s form. In this way, you will receive an electronic postcard in the special visuals by NAC artists with handwritten greetings, as well as the links for the early release of the NAC recordings before public release.
New Arts Collaboration is a fiscally-sponsored affiliate of InterMusic SF, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to small-ensemble music in the San Francisco Bay Area.