Art Incubator presents new collecting opportunity

Living With Art 2021 will showcase fixed-price artworks for sale from an exciting lineup of artists.

Words: Maddy Matheson

Art Incubator has announced a new initiative to support artists in the wake of the unfolding Covid-19 outbreak in Australia. Building on the Covid-19 Art Project of 2020, Living With Art 2021 will showcase artworks for sale from Art Incubator grant recipients and Shirlow Street Studio artists, encouraging art enthusiasts and collectors to band together to support artists in this time of crisis.

The lineup of artists who will have artworks for sale include Matt Bromhead, Will Cooke, Alice Couttoupes, Fernando do Campo, Stevie Fieldsend, David Griggs, Philjames, Eunjoo Jang, Tom Keukenmeester, Anna May Kirk, Nadia Odlum, Izabela Pluta, Georgia Saxelby and Tim Silver.

The works will go live on the Art Incubator website here next Tuesday 10th August at 12:00pm AEST. The works will be available for purchase until Friday 20th August at 6:00pm using the same link.

All works listed will go up at a fixed price of $950 with 100% of the profits going directly to the artists.  Art Incubator founder Teresa Biet says, “Living with Art is about lighting up your corner of the world and advocating for our artists. Art can change you, very slowly, every day you live with it.”

Head over to the Art Incubator website to find out more about this exciting opportunity.

This article was originally published 4 August 2021.

Image: art collection courtesy of Art Incubator, featuring works by Mason Kimber, Kate Scardifield, Consuelo Cavaniglia, William Cooke, Mark Whalen and James Kerr. Courtesy: the artists and Art Incubator.


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