3 Ways You Can Support InLiquid on Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is one of the biggest days for nonprofits around the country. On November 29th, the day after Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday gives everyday consumers a chance to give back to their communities by donating to their nonprofit of choice.

Among of the many things to be grateful for at InLiquid, we are thankful to be a part of a cultural community that is diverse, creative, and above all, compassionate. For seventeen years we’ve dedicated ourselves to finding new and exciting opportunities for our member-artists through our array of exhibitions, workshops, and unique public programs such as Art for the Cash Poor, Art for Action, and our Annual Benefit. What we are most thankful for is the continuous support and generosity of our sponsors—we couldn’t have done any of the above without you!

While continuing to pave the way for a brighter, culturally/artistically aware Philadelphia, here are three ways you can give back to InLiquid this Giving Tuesday!

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This is one of the easiest ways to donate to InLiquid. What’s even better: you give back by shopping for yourself. Simply go to smile.Amazon.com, then in the search box type in InLiquid Art + Design as your non-profit of choice, and shop away! A portion of your purchase is then donated to us to help fund our public programming. Shopping with Amazon Smile is so easy, it can be done year-round!

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GoodShop Give works exactly like Amazon Smile. When shopping for your favorite brands, even your groceries, shopping through GoodShop Give helps you save with newly updated offers and coupons. At the same time, a portion of your purchase is donated to your non-profit of choice. So far InLiquid has raised a Lifetime Amount of $1,141.44 thanks to your shopping! Visit https://www.goodsearch.com/give and enter InLiquid!

Donate to our Donations Page $17 for 17 Years of nurturing arts and culture in Philadelphia!

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In honor of our seventeen years of dedication to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists, a suggested amount of $17 can be donated directly to us on our donations page. You can do this simply by clicking on our donation button on the top right corner of this page as well as on our Facebook page.

We look forward to providing you with exciting and new programming in Philadelphia and thank you for all your forms of support! Happy Thanksgiving, and happy Giving Tuesday from all of us at InLiquid Art + Design!

Kevin Broad

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Stephen Millner

Stephen Millner artist: Stephen Millner is a mixed media artist based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelpia.…

Stephen Millner artist: Stephen Millner is a mixed media artist based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelpia. Millner is a Yale fine arts graduate, past president of Artists of Yardley,…

Stephen Millner artist: Stephen Millner is a mixed media artist based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelpia. Millner is a Yale fine arts graduate, past president of Artists of Yardley, and has worked…

Kathleen Vaccaro

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Kathleen Vaccaro's work mixes imagery from imagination, memory, and photographs. Color expresses her personal experience in the images. …

Kathleen Vaccaro's work mixes imagery from imagination, memory, and photographs. Color expresses her personal experience in the images. …

Matthew Borgen

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Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination…

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