In the face of new challenges surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, local organizations are continuing to adapt each day. While Wasserman Projects had to close its physical art gallery space in Detroit, a vibrant new exhibit is available to view online. The art gallery is donating 10% of all sales to Gleaners Community Food Bank in support of our emergency response efforts. Purchase an incredible piece of art and help feed your hungry neighbors—now until June 1st!
“We at Wasserman Projects are all very thankful that an organization like Gleaners exists and are happy to contribute a small part to the important work you’re doing in our community.”
While Wasserman Project’s physical space is closed during the state of emergency, you can view the current exhibition online—including over 100 individual works ranging from $75 – $50,000. Please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org for a full catalogue or if you have any questions.
Wasserman Project’s benefit will directly support Gleaners’ emergency response efforts. Through our new drive-up food distribution sites throughout southeast Michigan, Gleaners is serving an additional 40,000 households with nutritious food. Learn more about our emergency response efforts here.
ABOUT WASSERMAN PROJECTS
Wasserman Projects is a flexible and constantly evolving program of art, design and music, that brings together artists of all disciplines. Their mission is to promote the work of outstanding practitioners based locally and around the globe by hosting exhibitions, conversations and supporting creativity wherever we can be useful. Through collaborations and programming that generates interest, curiosity and commerce, our goal is to become one of the many threads in the vibrant fabric that is Detroit.