#ALLTHEARTISTS

Mistaker Maker teamed up with the first espresso coffee machine company in Portugal Fiamma to develop a solidarity project to support the art and culture sector.

#AllTheArtists is the response to a necessary and urgent help to the Arts and to all who are part of this universe that is currently experiencing great difficulties, particularly artists.

#AllTheArtists presents itself as a project whose mission is to giveback to Art and creators a little of what they offer us, today, in the past and desirably (and necessarily), in the future.

#AllTheArtists is an initiative that aims to simultaneously work on a concept of artistic community, in which everyone takes care, gets involved, shares, and to which everyone, in the most diverse roles, can contribute.

#AllTheArtists puts artists, specifically the visual and plastic ones, side by side, in favor of Art and Culture and all those who are part of it.

With the sale of each machine, Fiamma donated 60% of the value to Art and Culture sector, in a distribution between the artist who created the piece and several cultural associations and entities, selected by the authors themselves.

The challenge was first launched to a group of selected artists (national and international) and soon after the release of their work, an international call was opened.

Solidarity Project + Open Call

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Partner

Fiamma - Espresso Coffee Machines

Services

curation, development and co-production

Location

online


Invited Artists

Adamastor (Portugal), Aheneah (Portugal), Ana Aragão (Portugal), Ana Marietta (Porto Rico), Ana Seixas (Portugal), André da Loba (Portugal), Antonyo Marest (Espanha), Clara Não (Portugal), Emily Eldridge (EUA), Francis.co (Portugal), GonçaloMAR (Portugal), Halfstudio (Portugal), Inês da Fonseca (Portugal), Mariana a miserável (Portugal), mynameisnotSEM (Portugal), Padure (Roménia), Pedro Zamith (Portugal), Rabi Towing (EUA), Tamara Alves (Portugal), TheCaver (Portugal) and Tiago Galo (Portugal)


Open Call Artists

Guel Do It (Portugal), Alecrim (Portugal), Ana Oliveira (Portugal), C. Marie (Portugal), Estúdio Onze (Portugal), Eva Halfers (Netherlands), Fátima Bravo (Portugal), Filipa Morgado (Portugal), Gilles Dedecker (Belgium), James Daw (United Kingdom), JRY Designs (USA), Luis Bloke (Venezuela), Mariana Duarte Santos (Portugal), Pedro Cunha (Portugal), PHNSK (Portugal), Pitanga (Portugal), Puebla Estudio (Argentina), Teresa Rego (Portugal), Theritch (Portugal), Third (Portugal), Tiago Hesp (Portugal), Valéria Vidigal (Brazil), Vasco Costa (Portugal) and WanniWanni (Hawaii)


Digital Artworks created

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