There are many ways to support our work:

No contribution is ever too small. If you feel so inclined, we encourage you to offer what feels most aligned with your capacity.

Choose between a range of monthly memberships that support our behind the scenes operations, AND engage with an intimate online community by becoming a supporter on our Patreon.

Make a one-time donation on our GoFundMe page.

Volunteer with us by donating your time or space to one of our self-hosted gatherings or fundraising intitiatives.

Collaborate with us by commissioning our work in your programming or live events.

Email or reach us by phone.

Our existing programs and services:

We organize in our immediate community as a collective that assists desiring individuals and organizations with their own Artistic Well-being. We add to the creative conversations around us through our own Performance Art and Exhibition projects. We do our part in offering expertise through Residency, Membership, and Education. And we create inclusive Community Research that endeavors to connect the needs of independent artists with more established institutions, in an effort to do our part in helping shape more cohesive narratives of Gainesville’s arts and culture scene.

If you feel compelled by our work, we invite you to consider donating at the bottom of this page. As a 501(c)(3) organization your donation is tax deductible, and goes a long way in contributing to our journey of finding a permanent home where we can offer more unique programming and studio space to our growing creative community.

Here is a list of our first projects in the community, which we hope to expand upon in the coming years:

(Have some vision for how you could contribute or help us grow these programs? We love brainstorming. Email us!)

Partners: Gainesville Girls Rock Camp, Dion Dia, Gainesville Giving Garden

Supplementing arts-related events in the community with fun and mindful eating to add creative flair and uplift awareness of overall well being

As an organization promoting artist wellbeing, and culture that values its creative community from the intersections of arts and health, this program provides locally-sourced, organic food and drink to artist-run events and other arts-related initiatives. This programming stems from the growing bodies of feedback and research we have received from artist-run businesses who often have to resort to putting eating and quality food at the bottom of their list during long production days.

Partners: Could it be you?

Monthly workshops/group knowledge sharing for business development

Spatially-Fed asks community members to donate their time and expertise towards hosting informative learning opportunities that speak to a host of topics, that have been crowd-soured by our followers. Topics like “the casuality of creative professions,” “record keeping for small creative business owners,” “health insurance options for the seasonal worker,” “eliminating the expectation of exposure as payment,” etc. may be covered, and artists will have the opportunity to voice their ideas for making the Gainesville arts and culture scene more legitimized.

Partners: 352 Creates, First Magnitude, Hipp Cinema

Celebrating artist statements in Gainesville

Four times a year we hold a call for artists who want to add to a community-wide artist statement through short video submissions that respond creatively to prompts that are inspired by the changing of the seasons. We consolidate all submissions into a short film which is screened, celebrated with the help of community advocates, and archived. The archival process not only serves as evidence for how much our creative community is thriving at any point in time, but also serves as a historical record that we can leave behind for future artists interested in learning about the preservation of art lineages in Gainesville.

Partners: MADWOMAN, First Magnitude, Upbeat, Gainesville Giving Garden

Artist Advocacy helps disseminate positive messaging that informs the public about the need for creative wellbeing and for a thriving creative community

Established businesses and organizations promote Spatially-Fed’s mission through their own mediums, marketing, resources, etc. in exchange for our partnership, connecting them to local artists, in-house creative direction, or guest facilitation of arts activities

Potential partners: could it be you?

Program that shares the art histories of Gainesville

Spatially-Fed helps to uncover, create, and maintain local histories of artistry through oral, written, and other creative mediums

Partners: Gainesville Giving Garden

Inserting fun, creativity, and play into local land stewardship

How can we incorporate a more collective and routine rhythm of holding FUN and intentional space for wild places? Spatially-Fed will work with local cultural leaders and conservation organizations to hold fundraising events that bring memorable practices into landscapes which need our mindful and physical attention.

Partners: MADWOMAN

Live performance and audio/visual art

We are artists ourselves, and appreciate every opportunity to collaborate through spoken word and song, dance and movement, and innovative messaging. Reach out for details.

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