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Give a young organization a boost!

As of September 3, 2019, we’re up to our third budget milestone! We ask you to help fund the last $1,700 of our fall exhibit at Hudson Hall. (Expense breakdown below.) This is a drop in the bucket for exhibits of our range and ambition. Those of you who have already given: you know how grateful we are!

$1,700 will cover flat screen displays and frames for our Young Photographers Workshop, film, and our data visualization art about a hemlock tree that was born in 1579 in Mohonk Preserve.

Your donation – tax deductible and welcome in any amount – helps us fulfill our mission: to use the power of visual art to illuminate environmental and social issues.

LightField has been touted as “Shining a light through darker America.” As an all-volunteer nonprofit, it succeeds only with your help. Founder Anna Van Lenten notes:

These are challenging times for everyone who is deeply concerned about the environment and the world we will leave to future generations. The LightField Arts Festival does indeed shine a light through dark times; your support will only help to make that light shine brighter!