Donate before Sept. 27th & help us receive a $1,650 matching grant from 3Arts!
The creative team of 3 Singers is honored to have been selected by 3Arts to participate in the 3AP online crowd-funding initiative. Once we raise $1,650 of our fundraising goal to support 3 Singers, 3Arts will match those donations towards our ultimate goal of $5,000.
Be a part of this exciting initiative!
We must raise $5,000 by September 27th to receive funding;
help us reach our goal with a tax-deductible donation!
Give something, get something!
Donations of any size are welcome, or you can choose from the reward levels below–
- $25 - Personal Thank You from the 3 Singers Creative Team
- $50 - MP3 of an original musical composition from the 3 Singers studio composed by Ryan Ingebritsen
- $100 - Show and drink tickets for two for the opening evening of 3 Singers at the National Museum of Health and Medicine.
- $250 - Show and drink tickets for two for any evening of 3 Singers at the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago as well as recognition on exhibition materials and our website.
- $500 - Dinner and a show: OpenTable gift certificate ($75 value), show, and drink tickets for two for any evening of 3 Singers at the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago as well as recognition on exhibition materials and our website.
- $1000 - Special post-show reception with open bar for you and ten guests with creative team and artists as well as recognition on exhibition materials and our website.
The Chicago premier of 3 Singers in January 2015 will feature a month-long exhibition of the dramaturgical research for the project through a special partnership with the National Museum of Health and Medicine. This exhibition will highlight in-depth key concepts addressed in the live performance and provide audiences access to historical imagery, first person narratives and contemporary activist organizations. It will be free and open to the public for an additional three weeks after the performances.
The exhibition will live on in the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago archives of exhibitions. These archives are accessible to the public at any time both online and through on onsite database located at the museum.
Audiences can further engage with 3 Singers through a smartphone application developed specifically for the multi-media installation at the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago. This app will provide access to those who attend the exhibition as well as those who are unable to attend to multiple articles, legislative information, archival imagery, current production video and organizations addressing female textile laborers.
Photos by Matthew Gregory Hollis
This project is made possible by the generous support of the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago, City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, University of Chicago Illinois, the Experimental Sound Studio, Cleveland’s Ingenuity Festival, CRICOTEKA in Krakow, Poland, and many generous individuals.