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Your donation is very important to us at any support level you choose.
- $2,500 could sponsor one of our artists-in-residence
- $1,000 could pay for a studio lighting system
- $500 could pay for a laser printer for artists working on book projects
- $250 could sponsor a teenager for a young artist workshop
- $100 could buy a new ladder for the gallery
- $50 could buy a book for CPW’s research library
- $10 would let us know you care
We mean it, when we say that with your help anything is possible. The bulk of donations toward the artist house were donations under $500, yet we were able to purchase a house! Your donation counts. We will make sure of it.
Other ways to give: buy something from our Amazon.com wish list. We have a book list and a general list. You can have the item sent directly to CPW. Or place your personal Amazon orders via smile.amazon.com (select CPW as your charity of choice) and we will receive a small donation from Amazon.
Fundraising update: We did it! We purchased an artist house with huge studio. We are now getting the space ready for residency season, which begins in May. This is one of the biggest steps for CPW since launching the AIR program in 1999. Our new artist house will allow us to expand the existing artist-in-residence program for artists and writers of color, establish a visiting artist program and invite former AIRs back to CPW. Access to this house means that artists will always have a home here and shows CPW’s depth of commitment to current and future generations of image makers. CPW firmly believes that accessibility, representation and diversity are critical to contemporary discourse on photography. Pluralism and acceptance are needed in our society now more than ever. Our thanks once more to all of you who have helped and continue to help!
Giving thanks to our major donors: Support for CPW’s programs comes from the New York Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation, theAndy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Thompson Family Foundation, the Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, the Gunk Foundation, Hyman J. & Florence Hammerman Family Foundation, and more.
The purchase of CPW’s artist house has been made possible through the extraordinary generosity from the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation, the Thompson Family Foundation, Howard and Ellen Greenberg, Dennis Gatto and his children Greg & Katha, and the generous support from over 100 individual donors.
Banner images: Elsa Mora, from the series Natalie