The award-winning arts incubator ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale welcomes Goldstein Schechter Koch CPAS & Wealth Advisors as a new venue sponsor.
“Goldstein Schechter Koch has long been known in the community as one of the best places to work and they are also supporters of making South Florida a great place to live, visit and do business,” said ArtServe President and CEO Jaye Abbate. “We are pleased to rename Gallery 130 as the Goldstein Schechter Koch CPAS & Wealth Advisors Gallery, which will serve as a home for a new solo exhibition each month.”
“Through exhibitions, workshops and other opportunities, ArtServe assists their members in developing their business acumen so they can turn their art into a business and we are pleased to support the creative and entrepreneurial spirits of our local artists,” said Michael P. Terrell, C.P.A., manager with Goldstein Schechter Koch.
ArtServe was incorporated in 1988 as one of six original arts incubators in the United States, with a mission of developing programs that support artists and cultural organizations as a means to creating vibrant communities. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, ArtServe offers its members a wide range of progressive services, events, affordable facilities and collaborative programs that promote the visibility of art and culture throughout Broward County and helps artists turn their art into business.