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Art Cooperative
 
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Art Cooperative
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An art cooperative gallery is a group of artists who have come together to provide a venue where they can jointly display and sell artwork. Artists make all the decisions regarding operations. Members are often required not only to supply artwork to the gallery, but to work in the gallery on a regular basis. In exchange for your labor, the percentage of the sale price of your work going to the co-op is reduced. A co-op gallery can provide a sense of community. Artists get to know and work with other members of the cooperative, creating a network of artists and customers.
 

 
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An art cooperative gallery is a group of artists who have come together to provide a venue where they can jointly display and sell artwork. Artists make all the decisions regarding operations. Members are often required not only to supply artwork to the gallery, but to work in the gallery on a regular basis. In exchange for your labor, the percentage of the sale price of your work going to the co-op is reduced. A co-op gallery can provide a sense of community. Artists get to know and work with other members of the cooperative, creating a network of artists and customers.
 
 
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Type: Develop a Topic, Request or Challenge.
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