HUMAN RIGHTS ARE THE CORE OF CASE
CASEStudy is the educational arm of CASE Art Fund. Photographer involved in our programs engage with the public through dinners, mentoring, seminars, and panel discussions, fostering conversations and learning.
CASEVents is an overview of our past, current and upcoming lectures, seminars, and exhibitions.
CASEWork provides an online platform for the exposure of newly discovered and established work about the power of the human spirit. Through this site, CASE presents projects that reflect the issues of today, and provides a forum for dialogue.
CASEbyCASE is a mentoring program that helps artists refine their ideas and presentation. Participating photographersmeet once a month for three months with reknown gallerists, curators & educators, gaining access to invaluable support.
BriefCASE is a selection of limited editioned photographs by CASE photographers. Chosen images will only be available for purchase through CASE in the size designated, with 50% of the proceeds going directly to support the project, 25% going back to the photographer, and 25% going to CASE for operational expenses.
ShowCASE is the final presentation of funded projects. Works are exhibited in a variety of ways that best fits the message.Traditional galleries, art fairs, billboards, libraries, kiosks, murals and other forms of public presentations are considered and decided upon by CASE in collaboration with the artists.