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How does the art world make money?

In an age when social media and digital commerce are proliferating and a global economy that depends on global talent is shifting, the art and design world still relies heavily on traditional revenue sources.

But it is starting to change as a new generation of artists and designers are opening up their work to the world through platforms like Kickstarter, IndieGoGo and Indiegogo, and artists are beginning to take on more of the work that was once done for them.

Art-centric crowdfunding has exploded over the past decade.

While the traditional arts world remains at a stalemate, the Internet is giving a new life to art-focused crowdfunding.

“We’ve seen an explosion in the number of people that are trying to fund their art through the Internet,” said Dan Fierman, a professor of art at Ohio State University who specializes in the digital economy.

“There’s a whole new group of artists that are starting to look to crowdfunding to fund and get their work into the public eye.”

Here are seven ways that art-centric art is changing the world.1.

Crowdfunding art is more inclusive.

When artists are able to get their works into the eyes of a global audience, they can gain wider exposure and reach wider audiences, which leads to more engagement and appreciation.

In 2015, Kickstarter, an online platform that offers creators a way to raise money for their projects, launched a campaign to fund the production of an art film.

The project raised more than $7 million, and the film, “The World’s End,” is now in theaters.

The film was produced with funding from a network of art-related organizations, including the National Endowment for the Arts, the Art Foundation, and The Art Fund.

A spokesperson for Kickstarter said that the campaign was inspired by the need for funding for a film to address some of the pressing issues facing the world and the need to provide opportunities for artists to connect with their audiences.

The film is being screened in theaters this week.

In 2014, Indiegog, a crowd-funding platform that allows people to put their money into projects with little-to-no barriers, was the first crowdfunding platform to allow artists to crowdfund their art.

Indiegogs chief executive Paul Kavanagh said that it was important for the crowdfunding world to take a more inclusive approach to what artists could do to support their art projects.

The platform was created to allow people to create their own art and to get paid when their art is finished.

For the first time, the platform allows people who have completed a project to donate money toward its production.

The site also lets users contribute to the development of an artwork by creating a credit card number that they can share with other artists to be able to sell or share the artwork on their website, Facebook or Instagram.

In 2015, the company raised $7.3 million through its Indiegorogo campaign, with the proceeds going to support the work of artists.2.

Crowdsourcing artists’ work is changing how they are perceived.

For decades, art-based crowdfunding was more about putting the artist first.

The focus was on getting artists to make a profit, and in the past, the money was usually in the form of a print or digital download.

“The focus was to get artists to put the money into the art, and I think the focus has shifted a lot,” said Kavanah.

“It used to be, artists were the ones that put the work in.

Now, there are people who are making money by putting their work on Indiegory.

People who are buying the artwork from Indiegories websites and Indigories websites.”

This has led to the creation of new audiences for artists who are working on their work.

In 2016, the International Society for Creative Anachronism, a nonprofit group that promotes creative excellence in the arts, launched an Indiegoregogo campaign for “The Art of The Invisible,” a painting by artist Robert Klima that was funded by Indiegorgers.

In its description of the painting, Indigogo said it is “about the invisible, the intangible and the invisible that we can never see, never experience, and cannot conceive.”

“The Invisible” is the first project funded through Indiegora, which is a crowdfunding platform that provides funds for artists, artists’ exhibitions, and educational projects.

In 2014, the campaign raised $9.9 million.3.

Art-based fundraising has created a new breed of art collectors.

Crowdsourcing art is an incredible tool for finding new fans and creating a new community for artists and art enthusiasts.

But in an era of massive changes to the art marketplace, it’s still a niche industry, said Kavaneff.

“Crowdfunding is not a new phenomenon,” he said.

“Art collectors are people that have bought art, but the art market has changed a lot since it started.

People that are collecting art now are people with more disposable income,