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Over the past two years we’ve put on over 25 events. And quite a few of those events have had an attendance of 200+ people. But we’ve since switched away from the “big event” model in order to allow for more frequent DIY-style events so that people get a real opportunity to connect with the art and the artist. We currently have two different kinds of events: events that Proxart produces and promotes, and events that you produce (using the Proxart name) and we promote with you. Want to host an art-gallery in your house? Awesome. Know someone that owns a venue that you’d like to start a concert series at? Let us know. We’ll give you access to our blog to write about your experience. We’ll assign designers to your event that will help you design promotional material, and we’ll make sure that we promote the artists online that you’re promoting at your event.

If you’d like to host your own Proxart event:
Send us a one paragraph event summary to Benjamin Panama ( Go ahead and include a possible day, time, and location. If you’d like to go to the trouble of putting together an event itinerary, that’s cool, but it’s not required. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

If you’d like to get involved in an existing Proxart event: There’s always something going on, and we’re currently in need of people who are skilled at art installation, sound/lighting, and production. If you’re interested in jumping into the fray with us, email

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As you may well know, Proxart is growing. Which means the number of events and places we’re holding events is always growing as well. If you’re interested in managing Proxart events, we’d love to talk to you. Please email with the subject line “Event Management”.

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