haul gallery art share
enroll via Patreon
1 artwork every 4 months
3 artworks every year
(haul gallery will select the artworks based on the participant's interests)
Studio Visit printed zine for every exhibition
(zine share only is available for $10 per month)
$1,000 to the artists
$500 to haul gallery
Jason Blue Lake Medicine Eagle Martinez
the haul art share - a share-based financial model with a goal of paying artists up-front for exhibitions while also selling art affordably.
the haul art share is an optional program where participating artists contribute 3 artworks at some point within the year in exchange for $1,000 paid to them in advance of their scheduled solo show at haul. Interested collectors purchase “shares” in exchange for 3 artworks by participating artists throughout the year.
Inspirations for the model
Our main source of inspiration for an art share was the way that community farm-shares are structured and organized. In a farm-share, community organizers work with a local farm (or farms) to bring food directly from the farm to participants in the farm-share. Shares are purchased at the beginning of the year, paying for a weekly bundle of seasonal produce, eggs, fruit, etc. Through this model, the farm is paid up front for its food and labor, allowing for a recurring and financially sustainable model.
pictured above: Marvin Touré
pictured above: Pat McNabb and Corinna D'Schoto
pictured above: Charlie Perez-Tlatenchi
pictured above: manuel arturo abreu (left), marcus scott williams (right)