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At Collective Arts, we believe there’s power in creativity and community to make the world a better place. We also believe that collective collaboration will make for a more equitable, more inclusive, and more creative world. We believe the world needs MORE. More creativity and more community to cultivate and inspire thought leaders around the world.
More. is a charitable initiative created by Collective Arts designed to support community and inspire creativity.
The More Creativity’s goal is to create paid production opportunities for artists looking to: challenge perspective and status quo, inspire community and experimentation, and amplify creativity.
The More Community’s goal is to financially assist charities in need that do work to bring more equality, and better the well-being of people in our communities.
THE MORE. FUND
Throughout the year, Collective Arts, under the More. program, will sell merchandise, screen prints and limited-release beers where all net proceeds will funnel back into the More. Fund.
Supporting artist initiatives that inspire creativity.
Creativity is innovative. It’s disruptive. It challenges and changes the way we think about established ideas. It can open up new ways of looking at problems, and it can bring communities together. More. is devoted to pushing the boundaries of how the global arts community can impact the world for the better. Its mission is to see more people with access to the tools they need to be healthy and creative, in turn encouraging people around the world to engage with creativity and challenge the status quo. More. will raise funds that will go directly back to artists.
Supporting causes that engage with social justice issues, and the infrastructure and well-being of our communities.
Collective Arts is built on community. Our community of drinkers, artists, musicians, brewers, and creatives from around the world. As we grow and develop, we believe it’s our responsibility to bring our communities with us and support the people who support us.
A series of limited-edition art that challenges the status quo, featuring artists and artwork that convey a sense of hope for a safer and more inclusive future.Support
100% of proceeds going to Black Lives Matter
Art: Mélanie Masclé, Montreal, QC, Canada.Support
Limited-edition t-shirts + Life in the Clouds cans
Proceeds are being donated to the ACLU’s fight against voter suppression.Support
Net Proceeds supporting essential servicesLEARN MORE