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Mills 50 Launches Kickstarter to Fund Urban Art Museum

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Mills 50 Art Installation

Mills 50 launched their first Kickstarter campaign to fund their Urban Art Museum. The idea is to crowdsource funding for various art installations in the district. For the first installation they are looking to raise $4,400. Supporters at the various levels will get an invite to the installation party, having their name “surreptitiously integrated” into the artwork to a limited edition Mills 50 art piece.

According to the Kickstarter campaign:

The first installation will occur at the congruence of 932 and 934 North Mills Avenue. The blight is a 9″ interstitial space that occurs between the two buildings and becomes a dumpster and catchall for unwanted items, including but not limited to 40 ounce bottles, switchblades and fast food wrappers.

It’s worth noting that your credit card only gets charged if they meet their $4,400 goal. They have until August 22 to meet their goal. Click here to find out more.

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Mills 50 Art Installation

Mills 50 launched their first Kickstarter campaign to fund their Urban Art Museum. The idea is to crowdsource funding for various art installations in the district. For the first installation they are looking to raise $4,400. Supporters at the various levels will get an invite to the installation party, having their name “surreptitiously integrated” into the artwork to a limited edition Mills 50 art piece.

According to the Kickstarter campaign:

The first installation will occur at the congruence of 932 and 934 North Mills Avenue. The blight is a 9″ interstitial space that occurs between the two buildings and becomes a dumpster and catchall for unwanted items, including but not limited to 40 ounce bottles, switchblades and fast food wrappers.

It’s worth noting that your credit card only gets charged if they meet their $4,400 goal. They have until August 22 to meet their goal. Click here to find out more.