UNIT/PITT needs your support to survive and prosper. Despite many setbacks, and in the face of severe financial constraints, we have continued since 1975 to present an ambitious program of art publishing, performance, music, exhibitions, commissioning programs, radio, free public screenings, and more.
Over its history, UNIT/PITT has been the key starting point for the careers of many artists including Attila Richard Lukacs, Angela Grossman, Graham Gilmore, Derek Root, Peter Schuyff, I Braineater, Vicky Marshall, Phillippe Raphanel, Teresa Marshall, Patrick Cruz, Nicole Ondre, Althea Thauberger, and many more.
UNIT/PITT is dependent on the support of its community. The best ways to show your support are by purchasing one of our recent publications, becoming a member or making a donation — even a small donation can have a big impact. Join us in building a sustainable future for one of the most critically engaged and adventurous artist-run organizations in the country.
Become a member and receive these benefits:
- $10 Student Membership: receive a free drink at openings and other special events with presentation of membership card; invitations to all openings and events; voting rights at our Annual General Meeting; invitation to a complimentary artist’s/curator’s tour of the current exhibition, when available. Buy membership now!
- $20 Regular Membership: all of the above, plus a charitable tax receipt. Buy membership now!
- $50 Supporting Membership: all of the above, plus your choice of one of a selection of publications published by UNIT/PITT. Buy membership now!
Or support us by making a donation through CanadaHelps.org. With your support, we’ll do amazing things; we’ll also show the people who would rather see us close that independent, experimental and socially critical art isn’t going away any time soon.
If you would like to donate money, but don’t want to do it online, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to help, but can’t donate cash, there are several items we need — if you have anything you think might be useful for maintaining a gallery and building, or installing and presenting art (especially power tools, projectors, and computer equipment), please get in touch with us.
Every bit of help, no matter how small, makes a difference.