You don’t have to be a millionaire to enjoy art. It’s for everyone. Art for the Cash Poor was conceived with that idea in mind, knowing that financial barriers often keep people from even considering buying art.
Started 19 years ago by InLiquid, a Philly-based nonprofit that works to create opportunities for visual artists, Art for the Cash Poor began with 25 artists selling works under $50. Since then, the number of competing arts festivals in the Philadelphia area has multiplied—that’s a good thing—and the springtime event has expanded, eventually finding a home at its longtime space at the Crane Arts building.Read More