Indianapolis-based creative agency and presenter, GANGGANG is featured in The New York Times this week for their BUTTER Art Fair.
“GANGGANG activates the creative economy to center beauty, equity, and culture in cities. We believe that culture brings humanity together and that art challenges mindsets. It is our vision to build new ecosystems that center the care and economic viability of creatives—via programming, advocacy, and production.”
In 2022, GANGGANG put on its second annual BUTTER: A Fine Arts Fair. BUTTER centers the care and economic viability of Black visual artists.
“The fair, named BUTTER, was organized by the Indianapolis cultural development firm GANGGANG, a nonprofit with an uphill mission: to showcase the work of Black visual artists here and across the country. Barely two years old, it is already finding its way into the national art scene, elevating artists of color, maximizing their earnings by giving them all the profit for their work, and proving that Indianapolis is more than a sports city.”
Read more about GANGGANG and the BUTTER Art Fair HERE.