The easiest way of supporting this blog is by making Amazon purchases from any of the following links Amazon.com, Amazon.ca or Amazon.co.uk. It doesn’t matter what product you end up purchasing, by using these links I will get a small sales commission that will go towards the cost of running and maintaining the blog (mainly hosting fees and technical support).
If you want to support the blog more concretely, I have introduced a voluntary paid subscription scheme. Those who enjoy reading the blog and those who have an expendable income are welcome to pay a voluntary monthly subscription fee of either $2, $5 or $10 deducted via Paypal. If it’s any easier, you can also sign up for an annual subscription for either $24, $60 or $120. How much you want to contribute or even if you want to contribute at all is entirely up to you. With or without your contribution, I am grateful for your interest in the blog and I hope you will continue to read it in the future.
Supporters will benefit from a monthly email, more personal in style compared to the public posts, with updates, news, book and exhibition recommendations. Supporters will also receive a quarterly interview via email with select artists and photographers ahead of being uploaded on the blog. As I will conduct the interviews as a conversation with the chosen artist, I am hoping that supporters will benefit from a more personal insight into emerging interests and ideas.
To sign up for the voluntary monthly subscription scheme, please follow the link below:
If its’ any easier, you can also sign up for the annual voluntary subscription scheme by following this link:
If you don’t yet use Payapal, by following the subscription link above you automatically register for this free service. Once you have signed up for the voluntary paid subscription scheme, you can cancel at anytime. If you are encountering any problems with the service, or if you have any questions with regards to the voluntary paid subscription scheme, please do not hesitate to contact me at marcus.bohr (at) network.rca.ac.uk
Above all, your continued interest in this blog is much appreciated.