Launch of AMALIA: Advancing Jewish Mother Artists

8 Sep

Today, AMALIA (Advancing Mother Artists Living in Asiyah/Action) announces their launch and inaugural campaign. By giving to the campaign you help Jewish mothers gain the time and support to create new and exciting art that reflects the freedom and unity of the Jewish people. AMALIA’s goal is to provide financial and moral support of Jewish mother artists to express their creativity while being a mom.

“A mother artist must commit to working a minimum of five hours a week. This is a lot for a busy mama, and an amazing amount can be accomplished in such a short amount of time. Each hour she works, she is compensated $10 for a babysitter or cleaning woman to watch her children/clean her home.”

At the end of the AMALIA year the artists will have a show displaying their art at The Creative Soul Gallery in Brooklyn, 386 Kingston.

They are looking to raise $30,528 for a year of AMALIA. Show your support by contributing and sharing the campaign to help make this goal a reality for so many mother artists.


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