All too often, high caliber art comes with a high price tag.
In this Faces of Levitt video, Ann Ward challenges us to take a hard look at arts access: “Just think, a family of four, a regular concert’s price of a ticket usually is $50 or $60. Who can afford that?”
Here at Levitt we believe that arts access isn’t a luxury, but a basic human need and a vital component of healthy communities. Studies continue to reveal the positive effects of the arts on our individual wellbeing and the cities in which we live. Shouldn’t everyone get to experience those positive effects?
If you believe in the transformative power of the arts and would like to help more people experience high quality performances free of charge, we hope you’ll consider wrapping up this season of giving with a year-end gift to Levitt Pavilions. With your help, America’s largest free concert series can reach even more people, bringing more smiles, more joy, more togetherness to communities across the country.
Donate by midnight tonight to receive your 2014 tax deduction!
To hear more from Ann Ward and her sister, Ruthie Johnson, check out their Faces of Levitt video!