Creating Art for Charity – TWITTER ART EXHIBIT

Sacred Visions Studio is excited to be participating yet again for Twitter Art Exhibit 2023! This year supporting The Urban Native Youth Association in Vancouver, Canada.

You may be wondering, what is Twitter Art Exhibit? Twitter Art Exhibit is an organization supporting charities through art.
Artists of any skill level from all over the world are free to join and submit one postcard sized artwork that will then be sold to raise money for that year’s selected charity. The event was founded by Artist David Sandum in 2010 to help support his local library which had cut funding for children’s books. Through the collaboration of artists online, they were able to raise money and buy over two-hundred & twenty new children’s books for the library.

It costs nothing to join the exhibit, you do not have to have a Twitter account either, all you have to do is register on their website and then create an original artwork at the specified size of (13×17.5cm) (5x7in). It is important to make your card out of durable material, we like to use Strathmore Bristol Board cut down to the specified size. After your art is finished, all you have to do is print the label from the PDF they provide to you after registry, cut out the required sections, write down the name of your card and other information, and finally mail out your card. Detailed information about all of this is provided after you register.

We love Twitter Art Exhibit and have participated in it for many years now, ever since the first exhibit in 2010. Since then, Twitter Art Exhibit has been a yearly tradition for us that we always look forward too. All the information to join is linked below, we very much hope you join! Your art could make a difference, so don’t be afraid to create!

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