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Become a Friend of Imago and help inspire creativity and art-making that enlivens our community!

Imago is celebrating 20 years!

 

In 2003, when Imago was established by a group of 8 artists, none of us could have foreseen the impact it would have on our community. We’ve shown that art has a unique power to enrich lives, inspire creativity, and transform our world.

 

We want to keep it going and we hope you will help us do that by making a one-time donation or an affordable monthly donation as part of our new “Friends of Imago” campaign.

Imago Foundation for the Arts (IFA) is not just an organization; it’s a gathering place for artists and art lovers. For 2024, we’ve planned our exhibition schedule to provide more opportunities for emerging and mid-career artists and artists who teach. We’re planning a special exhibit celebrating the talents and contributions of Rhode Island art educators and will build on our successful 2023 youth poetry program.

 

Funding for non-profit art organizations is at-risk everywhere. We can't continue this incredible journey without your help.  Your donation of any amount, whether one-time or monthly, helps us continue our mission to foster a vibrant, creative community that celebrates the arts and directly impacts our ability to organize exhibitions, concerts, poetry, and film and video events that uplift our community and help support surrounding small businesses.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

  • Make an affordable monthly or one-time donation of any amount

  • Make a monthly commitment of at least $20 a month and we'll say thanks with an Imago 20th anniversary T-shirt featuring an original illustration by IFA artist Howard Windham

  • Give IFA $500 or more a year and attend a special gallery event early in the new year

or mail a check to:

Imago Foundation for the Arts

P.O. Box 77

Warren, RI 02885

IFA is a registered 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization and donations are fully tax-deductible.  

 

  • Each year, we organize at least eight art exhibitions; welcoming over 100 guest artists who participate in both juried and open community exhibits.

 

  • We also offer concerts and poetry events, artist talks and workshops and share our space for presentations by other community groups.

 

  • Since 2018, we’ve awarded more than $5,000 in art scholarships to Mt. Hope High School graduates pursuing a college education in the arts.

 

  • We collaborate regularly with Art Night Bristol-Warren, Discover Warren and many other local arts, cultural and community organizations to help build Rhode Island’s East Bay as an arts and cultural destination.

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