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ASP MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Artists are being pushed out of Boston, and the ones who do manage to stay are fighting the high cost of both living and studio space. These artists need moral support and affordable exhibition and performance space, as well as social, learning and spiritual development space.

The ASP supports local artists with space for productions, exhibits and social events, and takes a Do-it-Yourself approach by providing artists with a process that guides and teaches them to plan promote and stage their own productions. The ASP also provides local artists with a place to meet discuss, learn and do something about other issues that effect them such as race and gender issues, access to grants, equipment and supplies, etc.

ASP objectives are to provide performing and visual artists with:

-- a process for staging their own productions and exhibitions from start to finish.
-- a highly visible and accessible platform for presenting their art.
-- a place to cross-pollinate ideas with other artists and people who support the arts.
The ASP is also designed to provide the people of Boston with a place to see, hear and have transformational arts experiences with the performing and visual artists from their own community in a drug, alcohol and smoke free environment that reflects community harmony, creativity and goodwill.

For more information call coordinator Susan Porter at (617) 524-6378 or email cai@tribal-rhythms.org.

Benefits of Membership:
-- informational mailings about events;
-- a social space to meet and converse with other creative people;
-- occasional meals by a culinary artist;
-- involvement in an exciting community arts process;
-- reduced fee to other functions at The Junction.
-- affordable space for performances or exhibits that is close to MBTA Orange Line
-- and Centre St.(percentage of the "gate" or a flat fee);
-- Visual Artist Exchange for bulk purchase of materials or equipment swaps,
-- other beneficial networking opportunities;
-- exposure to larger audience;
-- Musicians Exchange (helping musicians find each other); and
-- a place to conduct forums to discuss issues of interest to artists like affordable studio space, affordable housing, gender equity, health, diversity, spiritual and economic survival issues.
Member Responsibilities
As a member I will:

-- respect other members and their work, and if I cause damage I will pay restitution.
-- take full responsibility for my own exhibit or performance production
-- accept that productions or exhibits are scheduled on a first come/first served basis.
-- bring my membership card with me each time that I attend ASP events
The ASP reserves the right to cancel any membership for offenses against the community. Memberships are $25.00 per year.
Return this card to CAI with your check to validate your membership.
Bring this card when attending events.
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