These supporters of Humanitou provide space for the work I do. In some cases, it is financial and promotional. In others it is physical space and mentoring.
How can I lend a hand to Humanitou? You’re here now! I appreciate that. And if you want to do more, there are a number of ways to meaningfully engage with Humanitou.
First, consider subscribing to the newsletter, sharing Humanitou content on social media, and telling friends.
Partnerships. If you belong to an organization that values humanness and creativity, and might like to collaborate as partners, let’s get coffee and dream up some mutually beneficial ideas.
Own Humanitou Art. You can buy a copy of Echoes of Oms or acquire art from my Reverence: Portraits of Natures Mortes series. It all goes to empowering the same overall mission of connection, humanness and creativity.
Lastly, you also can send me an email [adam @ humanitou.co] with relevant comments, questions or suggestions of who else I should have on my radar for a Humanitou conversation.
Thank you. Now, give a look at some organizations who are empowering Humanitou …
“Humanitou is a stellar partner for telling deeper stories about the artists and creatives that live and work in our region.” Read more.
Humanitou was awarded a MicroGrant by the Pikes Peak Arts Council in August 2018. The MicroGrant helps to support exhibiting Humanitou photography. It contributes to bringing the digital life of Humanitou to the local community in tangible form.
Root Center for Yoga and Sacred Studies in Colorado Springs provides Humanitou with ongoing space and opportunity to practice and teach yoga. Root offers spiritual practice (sadhana), mentoring, yoga therapy, nutrition therapy, and further spiritual support.
Humanitou frequently exhibits (as Adam Williams) in the First Amendment Gallery at the Manitou Art Center in Manitou Springs, CO. A solo show for Humanitou photography in the Hagnauer Gallery at the MAC is scheduled for September 2020.
Humanitou exhibits (as Adam Williams) at Kreuser Gallery in Colorado Springs, with group shows in 2019 and a solo photography show planned for April 2020. Kreuser Gallery’s mission is “to create and maintain a dynamic, independent forum providing a venue for established and up-and-coming local artists.”
Fare Bella Studio & Gallery in Manitou Springs represents a selection of Adam Williams’ Reverence: Portraits of Natures Mortes. Meet Fare Bella owner Patrice Filler via her Humanitou conversation. She also teaches watercolor painting classes regularly in her studio.