A few years ago, a guy named Tom Daley had an idea.
In 2014, he and his friend Justin Lauer founded The Artistic Alliance, an organization that aims to support and educate the burgeoning field of digital art.
For a few months, they were doing a small pilot project with a local gallery, and they began to see a lot of promise in it.
It was a platform that would allow them to work with artists in the arts community, and it would also serve as a hub for people looking to learn more about digital art and the technology behind it.
The Artist Alliance also had a plan to offer a free online course for artists.
It didn’t quite get off the ground.
“It was a bit of a slow start, and I think we were pretty focused on a lot more local events,” Lauer said.
“There were a lot fewer people that we were able to reach.”
After a couple of months, the group was able to raise $200,000, but Lauer was concerned that the project wouldn’t get off its feet.
“We felt that we had enough to support ourselves for a while,” he said.
He and his friends had started the Artistic Fund, which has since grown to more than $1.5 million in funding.
Since the beginning, Lauer and his colleagues have seen the need for an even bigger, more expansive platform.
“I think there’s been a really powerful shift in the digital art space in the last couple years, and that’s where our hope is to help other artists find success,” he added.
The future of art is here to stay, and the future of digital is here as well, Laki said.
Lauer is also a part of the creative team that launched the online Artistic Foundation.
It is one of many online art organizations that have recently been gaining traction.
In 2015, they launched the Artist Academy, a platform where artists can earn an education in a variety of disciplines.
This year, they announced the Art Academy Foundation, which they are hoping to raise a half-million dollars to create a program for students to complete in their free time.
The foundation aims to help artists become more self-sufficient, and as Lauer put it, to create more opportunities for artists to connect with each other.
The founders of Artistic Academy and Artistic foundation are Tom Dales, center, and Justin Lausch.
source The Art Academy website (which was created in 2015) is currently running under the banner of the Art Foundation.
A few months ago, Daley was approached by a group of artists interested in starting a new online course on digital art, which would be taught by a panel of experts.
The group was looking for a mentor and a place to set up a studio, but they were also looking for help to expand their existing platform.
After months of brainstorming, Dales and Lauer got together to brainstorm the details of the project.
Daley said he and Lauscky came up with a proposal for a pilot project.
They had some ideas about what the course would be, but the rest of the ideas were a bit sketchy.
Dales said that they started with the idea of creating a short video series that would focus on the digital space.
They would use clips from various films and video games to show the various disciplines.
The idea was to build a virtual world for students, and use the same format to create and share videos from that virtual world.
Dates of the events would be announced on a public Facebook page, where students could view their progress.
The video series would be presented as a short film, and then uploaded to YouTube, where it would be viewed by more than a million people.
The videos would be tagged and tagged along with the videos themselves, and students would watch the entire series together.
The plan was to put a bunch of different videos together and give them the same name and subject.
The goal was to have something that would be accessible to the masses and be able to be watched by as many people as possible.
The series would also feature live events like shows, concerts, art exhibitions, and even lectures.
In order to make the content work well with YouTube, the series would have to have some form of monetization, and Daley and Laxsch had ideas on how they could do that.
The concept of creating content from scratch was something that Daley wasn’t too happy with.
“Our vision was to be able at some point to monetize all of this,” he told Business Insider.
Diesl said he was frustrated by the lack of detail in the project, which could be confusing to new users.
“The first idea that came to our mind was that we’d have an online course where you would go to the website and download it and upload it and see the course,” he explained.
“And then you would be able, at some time, to watch it.”
Daley told the group that