Projectile Arts is a non-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to fostering dialogue between different cultures and communities through the arts, with an emphasis on experience rather than analysis.
Productions focus on education through entertainment and creative expression, using art as a tool for communication and understanding in a variety of media.
We collaborate with promising young artists and producers, often immersing them in unfamiliar worlds where they can gain new inspiration for their work and interact directly in the environment to share their experiences through their respective disciplines.
Art is the most effective means of experiencing the lives of those in unfamiliar environments.
Works of art strike a common human chord that is intuitive and independent of language or logic, which can vary dramatically from one place to another, from one mind to another.
We recognizing this intuitive bond and seek to use it as a medium for education and communication.
In this way, people can better grasp the passions and concerns of others, reducing the cause for conflict among individuals and communities alike.
Projectile Arts was founded on the belief that the nonprofit art and community organization of the future must focus on expanding the cultural dialogue of the community in which it acts.
Cultural dialogue is not limited in its mediums, forms or expressions — it is simply art and community activities that inspire and promote understanding between individuals and communities.
By collaborating with artists throughout the life of every project, Projectile Arts is able to create unique and compelling multiple purpose content that demonstrates that a more inclusive world is possible if the rhetoric of difference is abandoned and replaced by the intuitive understanding that we are all partners in our community.
Entertaining, educational and vibrant, Projectile Arts strives to connect artists and students of all expressive media to collaborate and create from the palette of life that is set before us all.
Any income raised from a particular project that exceeds production expenses will be donated to charities related to the project’s subject matter.
Each project is an unique undertaking and requires its own distinct funding arrangement.
However, projects are generally funded through a combination of grants, private donations and corporate sponsorships.
We also market content on our website and through distributors — both non-profit and for-profit — who can help our productions reach the widest possible audience.