Fundraising Legacy

ABTG has donated more than $160,000 to arts nonprofits across the country.

  ABTG Co-Founder    Daniel Djang    presents the ABTG III donation check to Mural Conservancy Executive Director    Isabel Rojas-Williams    | Photo courtesy of Mural Conservancy

ABTG Co-Founder Daniel Djang presents the ABTG III donation check to Mural Conservancy Executive Director Isabel Rojas-Williams | Photo courtesy of Mural Conservancy

Every Art Beyond the Glass event raises funds for a cultural nonprofit organization. To date, ABTG has donated more than $160,000 to vital arts nonprofits across the country.

 

2012: The inaugural ABTG raised more than $6,000 for Inner City Arts, an arts education campus located in Downtown Los Angeles.

2013: ABTG II raised $13,700 for Art Share L.A. and saved the Arts District arts nonprofit from closing.

2014: ABTG III raised $18,000 for the Mural Conservancy to help restore Struggles of the World, a landmark freeway mural created for the 1984 Olympics.

2015: ABTG IV raised $20,000 for KCRW, acclaimed as one of the world’s most influential independent music radio stations. Proceeds went to KCRW’s Capital Campaign to build a 35,000 square-foot Media Center.

  Global Inheritance booth at ABTG V | Photo by Eugene Lee

Global Inheritance booth at ABTG V | Photo by Eugene Lee

2016: To celebrate its five-year anniversary, ABTG expanded to other cities for the first time and collectively raised $40,750 for nonprofits in L.A., Oklahoma City and Chicago.

ABTG V raised over $25,000 for Global Inheritance, a nonprofit that uses art to develop experiences that educate individuals about global issues and inspire them to take positive actions that create solutions.

2017: ABTG VI donated more than $23,000 to The Moth, the Peabody Award winning nonprofit that promotes the art and craft of storytelling.

  Women’s Center for Creative Growth table at ABTG VII | Photo by Eugene Lee

Women’s Center for Creative Growth table at ABTG VII | Photo by Eugene Lee

2018: ABTG VII raised over $23,000 for the Women's Center for Creative Growth, a not-for-profit organization that cultivates L.A.’s feminist creative communities and practices.

  Studio at the Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland

Studio at the Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland

October 2018: The inaugural ABTG Oakland donated more than $11,000 to the Creative Growth Art Center, an Oakland-based non-profit that provides studios, gallery space, and supplies to more than 150 artists with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities, who work in a wide array of media.