Common Field

ABOUT COMMON FIELD 

Common Field is a national network of independent visual arts organizations and cultural workers and practitioners that connects, supports, and advocates for the artist-centered field. Founded in 2013 and launched in 2015, the Common Field network has over 800 members across the Americas. Programs include national convenings, grants, research, resources, forums, meet-ups and advocacy. Our vision is to increase understanding, involvement and knowledge of artists organizations and their value, and increase their capacity through national connectivity, dialogue, understanding, and support.

Common Field’s vision is to build platforms and advance thinking that support diversity in identity, geography, history, orientation, perspective, and circumstance and create space for many people to enter and shape the field.

Common Field will be a primary entry point for the field to identify existing models, engage with shared histories, create new connections, and combat the isolation of starting new initiatives and sustaining long-term projects alike.

ABOUT COMMON FIELD 

Common Field is a national network of independent visual arts organizations and cultural workers and practitioners that connects, supports, and advocates for the artist-centered field. Founded in 2013 and launched in 2015, the Common Field network has over 800 members across the Americas. Programs include national convenings, grants, research, resources, forums, meet-ups and advocacy. Our vision is to increase understanding, involvement and knowledge of artists organizations and their value, and increase their capacity through national connectivity, dialogue, understanding, and support.

Common Field’s vision is to build platforms and advance thinking that support diversity in identity, geography, history, orientation, perspective, and circumstance and create space for many people to enter and shape the field.

Common Field will be a primary entry point for the field to identify existing models, engage with shared histories, create new connections, and combat the isolation of starting new initiatives and sustaining long-term projects alike.

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