From students to homeless artists, we help professionalize, support, and teach the next generation of creative thinkers.
Our online marketplace promotes independence by allowing disadvantaged artists to exhibit and sell their work to a worldwide audience.
By hosting different community art events, we foster a community where artists can freely imagine, create, and welcome art into their lives.
With over a thousand visitors on the gallery's opening night, the bi-annual Row Gallery show made its mark at the LA Art Walk. It was later chosen by the State Farm Neighborhood Assist as one of the Top 100 Non-profits in America.
Our next step is to build the world's largest online art platform for non-profits. We hope to connect underprivileged artists to a worldwide audience by providing a place where artists can share their work.
Thank you to our wonderful line up of professional LA artists that included Andre Miripolsky, Mary Woronov, Ira Margolin, and Eva Napp, and an equally wonderful bundle of emerging artists showcasing on behalf of the Lamp Art Project. Over a thousand people came through – it was amazing! We’ve secured our space on 6th and Spring, […]
The awesome kids at Born Ready Films approached us to cover our first ever Art Jam for Naked Juice! They helped us film the entire set-up from building our 8ft x 6ft canvas to getting the final piece done. On top of that, they brought over a ton of Naked Juice, which I can never […]