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Art-O-Mat

Original pocket-sized art for just $5! The Art-O-Mat is an easy and funky way to start building your own art collection.

The Art-O-Mat is a retired cigarette vending machines converted to dispense original and affordable art, making pieces personal and approachable. The original Art-O-Mat® was developed in the 1990s to encourage art consumption by expanding access to artists’ work. Now there are over 100 active Art-O-Mat machines across the country.

Not only is the machine fun and slightly addicting (although much less than cigarettes) – it aligns perfectly with Access Gallery’s drive to make art accessible to everyone! The pocket-sized artworks are great mementos, affordable pieces, and meaningful decor. Our machine features works from our ArtWorks artists that learn to create sellable art and view their pieces as economic opportunity.

PLUS, you can the Art-O-Mat are your next event! Our Art-O-Mat is available to rent as a supercool addition to your company party, fundraiser, etc. We can load the machine with a variety of artwork by our artists or specialize the pieces to fit your organization and crowd. Guests will love it.

 

Rental Rates: $750 for corporate rentals up to 8 hours; $500 for nonprofit rentals up to 8 hours — and we’ll deliver it within the Denver Metro Area.

Visit in our gallery: Come check out the Art-O-Mat machine during any of our open hours or during our 1st Friday and 3rd Friday exhibits, 3-8pm.

For more information about the Art-O-Mat and rentals, contact Damon at [email protected] or 720-878-2226.

 

News coverage from its arrival in 2012:

Huffington Post
KVDR
Denver Post

Supported by the Alison Wera-Smith memorial fund.

AART  |  Art-O-Mat  |  Russ Wright  | Sept. 12, 2012

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About Access Gallery

Access Gallery is an inclusive nonprofit organization that engages the community by opening doors to creative, educational, and economic opportunities for people with disabilities to access, experience and benefit from the arts. We are located in the heart of the Art District on Santa Fe, filled with multiple galleries, schools, museums, and artist studios. Our neighborhood is a continual reminder of the equalizing power of art, breaking down social barriers and becoming a place where young adults with disabilities feel welcome to create, question, and learn from each other.

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