How do you find the artists that you work with?
We have found the artists that we work with at galleries, art fairs, and on some of our favorite websites and blogs. Additionally, we are always accepting submissions, so if you are an artist, please get in touch with us! (Answered by the AOL Artists team)
What causes has the AOL Artists program contributed to?
AOL Artists has participated in numerous initiatives, including an apprenticeship with Citizen Schools which turned middle school students into AOL Artists for a semester, a hope-inspired painting for Stand Up to Cancer that was donated to them during their annual telethon, canvases for Earth Day that drove awareness for endangered species, a Red Dress canvas during Fashion Week 2011 in honor of February Heart Health month, and Action America, a patriotic canvas in honor of September 11th. The AOL Artists program in constantly looking for new causes to contribute to. (Answered by Blair Cobb, Senior Director of Cause Marketing for AOL)
What is an AOL Canvas?
An AOL Canvas is an original work of art created especially for AOL. The AOL wordmark is always revealed by these works of art, creating an ever-changing, dynamic logo. AOL Canvases come in a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, video, collage, and design. (Answered by Erika Velazquez, Curatorial Director, AOL Artists)
Where is AOL Artists located?
With AOL online properties reaching more than 250 million visitors around the world, it's fair to say the artist community is truly global. Anchored in New York and London, the program is designed to be easily accessible to any creative person, any time, any place. (Answered by Tom Mulready, Marketing and Communications Manager for AOL)