Like BUTTER: Equity and Activism Through Fine Art
BUTTER was conceived during a time of racial reckoning. This art fair seeks to elevate the Indianapolis Black art scene in the national conversation by inviting local artists alongside artists from all over the world for a multi-day celebration of Black creatives. Lead curators, Malina Simone Jeffers and Alan Bacon, who started cultural development firm GANGGANG, sought to maximize the artists earnings by taking no commission. They believe people of color have contributed more to the arts and culture sector than they have received and these artists deserve to be recognized and celebrated for their work at the national level.
Get a behind the scenes look at the branding and authentic storytelling of this culturally significant event with Alan Bacon, co-founder at GANGGANG and Keri Kirschner, partner at Pivot Marketing.