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Thank you for following, listening, and supporting              The Artists Index!

YOUR SUPPORT IS CRUCIAL & SHARING IS APPRECIATED!

The Southcoast Artists Index was co-founded by Jeffrey Wotton and Ron Fortier back in 2009. They have been building a collective digital archive for the local creative community since then.

Their goal is to continue recording the informative and entertaining In-Focus Podcasts featuring casual conversations with the emerging and established Visual, Performing, and Literary Artists of the Southcoast of Massachusetts.

There have been out-of-pocket expenses and an untold amount of sweat equity to launch and keep this project going. Soon, they will begin transcribing the podcasts and entering them into a comprehensive database.

It requires a very large time and resources commitment. So with that in mind, Jeff and Ron thank you for your continued listener support and ask you to donate whatever you can to help them continue producing a new podcast every week.

They are also asking those in the listening audience who are business owners to join Heavenly Spirits Importers as sponsors. And as much as a donation or sponsorship is very much appreciated, so is the sharing and, contribution of your image files, text files, audio, and video files, anecdotes, memories, and recollections.

Any documentation you can provide us, on any of the artists from the Southcoast’s recent or historic past, will help us assure those artists of their rightful place in history!

Donations, sponsorship, and content and information donations will allow this collective digital archive project for the creative community to continue well into the future.

Check out the FAQs for more information about The Artists Index Website Project. In the meantime, if you have a suggestion, or questions or, would like more information please let us know!

 

 

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