Did you know that Boston Art Review is the only independent print and online publication committed to facilitating active discourse around contemporary art in Boston? In order to continue providing this crucial space for artists, writers, and our arts community, we need help from supporters like you.
Boston Art Review is a community- supported publication. All donations go directly towards maintaining our growing overhead costs associated with the production of each print issue. We rely on the direct financial support of our readers and community donors for producing of our twice annual print magazine, publishing content online, sending bi-weekly newsletters, and hosting events.
All donors above the community level receive copies of BAR, invitations to launch parties, BAR tote bags, and invitations to special events. Benefactors and lead sponsors receive special recognition in print and online + invitations to special events.
Boston Art Review is a 501-c3 organization in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. All donations are tax-deductible.
Electronic payment for donations can be made below. Checks should be made payable to Boston Art Review and sent to PO Box 390003, Cambridge, MA 02139.
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