with the end of the year fast approaching, it’s hard to know what to do with all those surplus piles of money so why not invest in the arts?
boorloo based performance company, pvi collective have launched the pvi extra ordinary stock market and given notice of the release of a suite of previously escrowed shares. the pvi extra ordinary stock market offers the savvy investor the opportunity to donate via strictly limited shares in portfolios that really matter: play, hope, disruption, revolution and failure.
pvi offer tiered support aligned with the core principles of their arts practice. funds raised through pvi’s extra ordinary stock market will contribute to the company’s creation of irreverent, participatory artwork that aims to find hopeful solutions for living in an unstable 21st century.
pvi encourage donors to reject the all ordinaries, and instead invest in the extra ordinary.
the pvi extra ordinary shares are a playful subversion of a traditional donor drive, where the gifts for donations are intangible but offer good bragging rights – because who doesn’t need shares in hope just now. donations are tax deductible and a dgr receipt will be issued along with each specially designed digital share certificate.
pvi encourages swift action in securing these exclusive shares.
for further details on the pvi extraordinary share portfolio: https://pvicollective.com/donations/