Black artist aims to raise funds online for funding of artistic projects

Kobina Wright fights for funding on Kickstarter, a vehicle for the funding of artistic projects, is now the landing pad for Kobina Wright’s “Kobiphysics.”


Orange County, CA ( — Kobina Wright’s latest project known as “Kobiphysics: An Art Show,” has just launched its dynamic funding campaign on as Wright fights to raise $2,500 for the April 27th event. Wright has until March 29th to raise the funds.

On the site, “Kobiphysics” is stated as, “An art show that is the study of the study of physics on a formulaic and artistic level. It merges one of Wright’s painting styles with formulas developed by ancient and modern physicists.”

The campaign is an all or nothing pledge, which means Wright needs to raise the entire goal of $2,500 or receives none of the funds pledged by her backers. On the first day of the launch, Wright received her first pledge of $20 from a project backer. Backers receive various incentives for their pledges, even at the minimal pledge level of just one dollar.

The art show on April 27th will be held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Huntington Beach Central Library (across the hall from the library’s theater) and will featureWright’s paintings along with an art workstation where visitors will be encouraged to participate in creating a group work of art. There will also be a featured ukelele performance. The art show is a free event.

To help fund Kobiphysics on Kickstarter, go to:

For more information about the art show contact:
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PO Box 1894
Tustin, CA 92781

Photo Caption: F=ma by Kobina Wright