Arts Journalism on a Mission

Sky-walking sculptures in Philadelphia’s Comcast Center lobby (Copyright 2016 Artsphoria/Andrea K. Hammer)

Sometimes, a word or idea takes hold and won’t let go. It starts as a whisper around the edges of your mind. Then, the concept shouts insistently, urging you to take action.

The seed was planted years ago during–and despite–the upheaval of the publishing industry. The rebel in you (read: writer) first felt shock, then confusion and now unrelenting outrage.

Shrinking Arts Coverage in Print

In a permanently altered media landscape, your voice refuses to be silenced. You search regularly for this essential nourishment but are left hungry after only occasional nibbles. You continue to question, without a satisfying reply: How can others dismiss arts journalism when these reviews highlight the only world that helps you feel awake and alive?                                                                                                                    

Toward that end,  Artsphoria is dedicated to:

  • Calling attention to innovative artistic work
  • Supporting the cultural world, a vital component of civilized society
  • Encouraging an exchange of ideas to spark creative projects
  • Serving as an insistent reminder that the arts play a vital role in our daily lives

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How do the arts impact and shape your life? Join the discussion, and share your comments!

Be sure to get in touch if you have an interesting arts, business, health or other innovation-driven story to tell. Artsphoria provides creative advertising and writing  services to spread the word about compelling projects. For more information, email now.

~ Andrea K. Hammer, founder and director of Artsphoria

About Andrea Hammer 213 Articles
Andrea K. Hammer, founder and director of Artsphoria Magazine, is a Philadelphia-based freelance writer. She has published articles in international publications. Through this expanded edition of Artsphoria, she invites fellow artists, writers, innovators and creative thinkers to join our conversation!

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