The Broker’s Building Gallery has been an authentic arts institution of the Gaslamp Quarter for decades, quietly nestled in the City of San Diego. Notable outsider artists such as Richard Allen Morris and Tom Driscoll worked within these building wall. Even popular artists like Shepard Fairey, founder of the OBEY clothing brand, were said to have once had a studio in the Broker’s Building. Please help us preserve the tradition of arts for the people and by the people for generations to come.
With our building recently acquired and our gallery is looking to relocate, ideally somewhere in the downtown area and maintain it's tradition grassroots arts. We're in love with The Ratner by the New School of Architecture but we need to raise enough for a deposit of two months rent as well as moving and repairs.
Our members are an eclectic group that includes seniors and minority artists that is a multiethnic tapestry of women, immigrants and LGBT. And with your support we hope we can expand our ranks and create meaningful, enjoyable shows for the communities we represent in downtown East Vilage’s new IDEA District.
Please donate to us online at: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=s4NBl9JnHaSAPiJr3C6cRxqTg2vGVIs_X1oopM7Y1z4T2nLeJWTIluJft6mHk4lrjyAL-G&country.x=US&locale.x=US
We Sincerely Appreciate your support,
Broker's Building Art Gallery Board
402 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92114
Tax ID 82-1962496
Some of the articles in which we've been featured:http://sdvoyager.com/interview/meet-qamar-bradford-brokers-building-art-gallery-gaslamp-quarter/https://sduptownnews.com/what-about-the-arts/