Get exposure, and maybe you’ll get discovered.
A website dedicated to amateur performances. You upload a video of your performance, write up all the details, and publish in the hope that agents, scouts, producers, etc. will use this site to find new talent.
Promote art and make it fun to consume it.
A website and app that invites people to join a global game of who is the biggest art consumer, who sees the most exhibitions, etc. Have leaderboards in many major and minor categories, like geographic (country, state, city), topical (paintings, sculptures), movements (impressionists, fauvists), etc.
You have some favorite artists and would like to know where in the world are there exhibitions of their work – currently and in the future.
A website where you can look up your favorite artist and see where is their work currently (and in the near future is going to be) exhibited. You get all the details like address, how to get there, opening hours, prices, etc.
For the artists, it’s a chance to get financial support from art patrons. For the art patrons, it’s a place to find and nurture the next great artists (and get their artworks cheaper.)
An online community for artists and patrons. Both artists and patrons are actively sought to apply, but the people themselves can also initiate applications. The main function is to pair artists with one or more patrons. The patrons supply monthly financial support, in exchange for works produced.