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with a noble cause...
Utilize the power and influence of television to educate and entertain the masses on some of the most amazing, unheard of, and inspiring art forms from around the world. Our TV series is also the first of it's kind where each episode is partnered with it's own specific charity that profit from our sales and distribution.
HELP US HELP MANY
Art Attack is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization. Our mission is to shine a spotlight on rare, underrepresented, and impactful art forms and artists from around the world. Art is an incredibly powerful weapon of change and often gives a voice to those with much to say, and little to work with.
You may be asking yourself, why does a TV series need financial support from the non-profit sector? Although Art Attack is an internationally licensed program, we are NOT funded by a network. We are an independently financed, self funded organization. We rely on the donations, grants, and the support of multiple brands and sponsors. We do this in part to retain creative control of our series and to ensure we stay on brand and on track with our many long term philanthropic goals.
Art Attack, is also more than just a television program. We use our show as a vehicle to get things done in the art community far beyond just featuring an artist and art form on our program. We connect artists with communities looking to commission public works of art, partner with multiple charities that benefit from the sales of our shows and merchandise, and look to inspire young children by making them realize that being an artist is a realistic path in life and not just a pipe dream.
One of the biggest things we are proud of is our revenue share model that allows us to make an impact on the world in a multitude of ways. Here's how it works...
Each episode of Art Attack is paired with a different non-profit organization that shares some connection or correlation to the artists featured, or the art forms explored. For example, episode 1 of our series features the amazing Kayla Dyches, who found aerial art as a way to overcome anorexia. Therefore, every dollar amount Kayla's episode raises through streams, downloads, and network license fees goes towards a charity affiliated with anorexia. What we like to tell people is that by supporting us, you allow an amazing pay-it-forward process to begin. We believe art can change the world and we are proving that one episode at a time.
Greater Good Highlights
ART SAVED MY LIFE
Artist Kayla Dyches bravely allowed us to include her personal story of how she overcame anorexia through the rigorous physical training that her art form demands...Portions of the proceeds made from Kayla's episode go towards a charity who's cause is to assist individuals with eating disorders who are in need of care.
We worked with the Tampa Bay Rays Professional baseball team and their non-profit organization to create a one-of-a-kind work of art that was signed by the players and auctioned off for charity. The best part? We got it
all on camera for an amazing episode 2!
ART AT THE ALAMO
We are proud to announce that we are one of
the only productions ever to have been allowed
to film a reality program at the site of the Alamo in
San Antonio Texas. We paid tribute to those events of American history with a symbolic art form also developed in Texas.
WE BREAK GROUND WITH VR ART
Art Attack pioneered the first ever VR art cross platform music video experience in the world. Honoring the late great hip hop artist Phife Dog of a Tribe Called Quest, we paid respect to the masterful musician with a cutting edge art form.
Ebru art dates back centuries, and today the
Turkish marbling process is all but extinct. But, we're hoping that once people see the beauty and elegance of this art form explored in our episode, it will jump start a renaissance.
CONNECTING A COMMUNITY
We connected a small West Virginia town with one of the last remaining billboard painters in the country who still does it by hand. This art form is a dying breed, and we got to see it unfold one last time for our cameras.
This amazing body paint canvas work of art was created by the artist Natalie Fletcher. The painting was donated to a local 911 organization to be raffled off for charity.
ART IS A WAY OF LIFE
We explored the highly misrepresented practice of Haitian Voodou and the many art forms that surround the religious ceremonies and methods of worship.
BRANDS & SPONSORS THAT HAVE SUPPORTED US
We could not have produced season 1 without the help, support and love we were shown from a multitude of brands & sponsors. Thank you to everyone who contributed to our cause and vision.
to our first sponsors
Cookie Helmets, Shaw Flooring &
My Way Carpet
on Episode 1!
Are you an incredible artist working in a medium that Robb should feature on his TV Show? We want to hear from you! We also encourage brands, sponsors, fans, art lovers, donors and investors to connect with us.