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Artist cooperative

An artist cooperative (also unincorporated associations. Such cooperatives typically provide professional facilities and services for its artist-members, including studios, workshops, equipment, exhibition galleries, and educational resources.[2] By design, all economic and non-economic benefits and liabilities of the cooperative are shared equally among its members. Cooperative members elect their board of directors from within the membership.[3]

Contents

  • See also 1
  • Notes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Statement on the Co-operative IdentityInternational Co-operative Alliance .
  2. ^ Small Farm Center, University of California.
  3. ^ National Cooperative Business Association.

References

  • "International Artists Cooperative Forms and Launches Web Site." Art Business News November 2001.

External links

  • International Co-operative Alliance, Geneva, Switzerland website
  • The Cooperative Foundation, St. Paul, Minnesota website
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, Center for Cooperatives website
  • University College Cork, Ireland, Centre for Co-operative Studies website
  • Small Farm Center, University of California website
  • Mutant space arts resource, Cork, Ireland website
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