Which means that regardless of what those fancy scientists might claim, your attention span is greater than that of a goldfish (9 seconds).
Despite the tongue-in-cheek title we gave our own magazine (“15 Bytes” refers to Andy Warhol’s famous quip that in the future we would all be famous for 15 minutes), we’ve never been about the quick glance. If so, we would have given our coverage of Utah’s art scene over to tweets and Instagram posts.
Art, we believe, deserves more than that.
If you’re reading this, you do too.
FOR OUR SPRING FUND DRIVE WE NEED TO RAISE $2,910 IN THE NEXT … well, as quick as we can, because we have other things we want to concentrate on.
OR VENMO US YOUR CONTRIBUTION AT: ArtistsofUtah
OR SEND A CHECK TO:
Artists of Utah
P.O. Box 526292
SLC, UT 84152
Artists of Utah is a 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt nonprofit.
What is 15 Bytes?
In 2001, we started 15 Bytes as a community-based magazine about the arts in Utah: produced by members of our local community, about our local community, benefiting our local community.
It’s an open forum. An exploration of the vitality of Utah’s art scene. And it has lasted and continued to thrive because it has been a community effort.
Without financial support from individuals in the community we would never have made it over the past 14 years.
Where does my money go?
Our general operating expenses are covered by grants we received from private foundations and government entities. That means every dollar you are able to donate goes directly towards coverage of Utah’s art scene..
We need your help to keep going another 6 months.
MAKE A DONATION TO OUR SPRING FUND DRIVE:
MAYBE YOU’RE STRUGGLING WITH THE WHOLE ATTENTION SPAN THINGS AND THESE EMAILS AREN’T MAKING THINGS ANY EASIER.
Set up a recurring donation so a little bit comes out of your credit card every month and you don’t have to think about it anymore.
Or, set up a recurring donation. It will be charged automatically and will be so small you want even feel it, but it will help make big changes in Utah’s art community.