MySLArt.org Obtains Non-Profit Status
SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI -- MySLArt.org (My Saint Louis Art), proudly announces its recently obtained 501(c)(3) status.
Since its founding in 2008, MySLArt.org has become a catalyst for success in the St. Louis art community. Its free public social media site serves over 2300 -- and growing -- visual artists and arts supporters in the St. Louis community and beyond. In addition to its website, MySLArt.org hosts monthly "33" gallery exhibitions at Old Orchard Gallery in Webster Groves, which represent the diversity of styles and techniques of St. Louis area artists. MySLArt.org takes no commmission on artwork sold at these shows.
With the new non-profit status, Executive Director Jennifer Churchill seeks to improve its current services and find new opportunities to benefit the art community, as well as grant funding to support new initiatives.
"Jenny has been working tirelessly and selflessly to ensure MySLArt's success," said Board of Directors Secretary, Nick Dunne. "Even in our infancy, we have brought so many artists out of the woodwork, some of whom now have their own solo shows. We're already making great strides for the St. Louis art community, but this is really only the beginning."
It is the mission of MySLArt.org to provide creatives of all disciplines in the greater St. Louis area opportunities for self promotion, inspiration, and connection through our free social network and public events. For more information, visit www.myslart.org, or find their profiles on Facebook and Twitter.