For the week of April 6, we are exhibiting 11 individual artists and 1 group. The exhibit for the week of March 30 has been moved to the archive.
At the beginning of each week, we will publish a new exhibit featuring up to 20 Bay Area artists and groups on our website. Each artist page is a small window into their world with links to their broader work and offerings. We encourage you to take some time to explore, enjoy, connect and support if possible. Please give us a follow on Instagram and Facebook if you like a healthy dose of local art in your feeds.
We have set up our online exhibit system so you can be in direct contact with any artist or group you would like to support or communicate with.
All donations and purchases go directly to the artists and groups via their provided payment link. MUSEPOP is not a go-between in the payment process. We are curating and promoting creative projects for people and groups that we love, and our creative community that needs support.
If you are someone who has the financial means of supporting the Bay Area creative community, please consider making a donation, purchase, or deposit towards an original work. It is very rewarding to support original creative works, and that act provides an immeasurable amount of validation to an artist and their creative practice.
We thank you in advance for your support!
Questions? Want to get Involved? Please contact us here.
Artist submission info is here.
If you are looking for a good list of artist resources and funds please check out the San Francisco Arts Relief Fund page here.
MUSEPOP is a full service creative studio based in the Bayview District of San Francisco. We create events, exhibits, interactive art and experiences for clients, causes, and community. In the past year, we have collaborated with and paid over 60 independent artists through involvement in our projects. Our most recent exhibit is on view through 2022 at the United Nations HQ in New York. The exhibit promotes Sustainable Development Goal 4: Quality Education, for the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). You can see our work here.