Crowdfunding with a Match

3AP (3Arts Projects) is a unique crowdfunding platform with a built-in match that helps Chicago artists finance new creative work.
3Arts matches 1/3 of each project goal, charges no fees to artists, and offers mentoring and technical support.
3Arts will match your support!
  • booker t. soltreyne

    • $3,026 raised of $3,000 goal
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      • 101% funded

    Combining song, poetry, and interviews about race and politics, "booker t. soltreyne" is a new CD and archival project that reflects on how old pedagogies and processes of racism still exist in the Obama Era. 

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    • $4,249 raised of $4,000 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 106% funded

    Applying creative solutions to community health problems, this project will engage citizens and policy leaders in creating games, socio-dramas, and other educational materials as part of a new lending library of tools to support good health and well-being.

    Read more about Creating Tools for Community Health
  • Purging - Stop Animation

    • $3,598 raised of $3,500 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 103% funded

    This project will help me collaborate with two visual artists to produce a companion stop-motion animation video for our new single "Purging." 

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  • The Marshfield Project

    • $3,170 raised of $3,000 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 106% funded

    "The Marshfield Project" is an experimental site dedicated to exhibiting, collaborating, and exploring the art, ideas, and projects from creative individuals who are not artists but have a passion for the creative process. 

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    • $3,345 raised of $2,400 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 139% funded

    North Branch Projects ia a community bookbinding space in Albany Park. With this campaign, I am raising funds to offer scholarships that will bring the fun and educational benefits of this art form to neighborhood schools. 

    Read more about Bookbinding Scholarships at North Branch Projects
  • Voyagers

    • $3,187 raised of $3,000 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 106% funded

    Commissioned by Harold Arts Residency, "Voyagers" will be a new large-scale sculpture involving the conversion and relocation of a 28-foot boat into an artist space and living quarters set amongst the towering trees of the residency property. 

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  • Rite of Trans-Mortality

    • $1,727 raised of $1,500 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 115% funded

    An ambitious multimedia installation, "Rite of Trans-Mortality" explores themes of life/death cycles and will be part of two new exhibition opportunities. 

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    • $3,075 raised of $3,000 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 102% funded

    The Accidental Shakespeare Company is a new classical theater company in Chicago, aiming to kick off its season with a mainstage show of "The Tempest."

    Read more about The Accidental Shakespeare Company's Alchemy Punk Tempest
    • $6,030 raised of $5,000 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 121% funded

    Many years in the making, this project will preserve and share traditional musical concepts of Geisha music from Japan, by finishing and distributing a professional CD recording. 

    Read more about TOYOAKIMOTO: Re-constructing Tokyo geisha music
  • the Franklin

    • $2,437 raised of $2,150 goal
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      • 3Arts matched
      • 113% funded

    Inspired by Chicago's alternative gallery scene, this project aims to give The Franklin a permanent home by relocating and installing this outdoor exhibition space in the backyard of our house located in the Garfield Park neighborhood. 

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3AP is funded in part by support from:

 Department of Cultural Affairs logo Illinois Arts Council