ArtsPop: CSA’s not just for produce anymore

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(KTVI)- CSA’s, or Community Supported Agriculture, have become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Now, an arts CSA, will allow members in St. Louis to pay a flat fee and receive artwork from local artists.

Nine jury-selected artists will create original works for the project. For $300, you get nine limited-edition pieces of art, created specifically for CSA STL members. The catch? There's only 50 shares up for grabs.

To read more, read Sarah Bryan Miller's article in the A&E section of Sunday's St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Website: CSASTL.org