Celebrate Communication's Two Year Anniversary
Our Online Anniversary Needs Your Support!
Making the decision to close in March before the Safer-at-Home order in Wisconsin came down was difficult because we support so many artists, musicians, and other creative folks in our community that rely on slim profit margins to stay afloat. For most of the creative community members that make money from events and shop sales in our space, even one lost month's pay can be devastating.
As we celebrate our second year serving the community, we are asking for your support. It is vital to the survival of the arts community both locally and more broadly in our state that spaces like Communication are still alive after the pandemic eases up. In a state where we are 48th in the nation for arts spending per capita, the collective members of Communication already know how to be creative to survive as creative people and business owners. What we are trying to do now though, is to take this crisis as a time to focus on envisioning the art world we want to see in the future. We want to see an art world that supports artists, musicians, and other creative folks equitably and with transparency. We are in talks behind the scenes with many other small business owners, venues and arts administrators to work toward what that future can look like.
The future of Communication depends on your support. Give today!