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Participate – Monthly Memberships Start at $30

Thank you for joining our creative community

  • Our programs and exhibits are available to participating members
  • Select from the options below to secure your participation
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page to cancel anytime

$30 monthly (pay as you go every month. Cancel any time)

$80 for 3 months (1 symposium event. Pay every 3 months but save $15. Cancel any time )

$160 for 6 months (2 symposium event. Pay every 6 months and save $24.  )

We will help actualize your startup and collab on cool projects

  • #DailyArtTO - We publish your art + bio with links back to your store on our website, Facebook, and Instagram page
  • Featured artist on CUTO Podcast (can come back any time to promote your art)
  • Participate in curating the Symposium anthologies + exhibits
  • Weekly Zoom Meetups We meet online to collaborate on the Symposium exhibits

We can help with solo exhibits and or art installations

  • Host a solo exhibit through strategic partnerships. Will cost a bit more, based on your budget

We work with you on developing your business 

  • Build a profitable art business 6-month incubation program.
  • Social Media Real Estate - A weekly meetup where we work on your social media plan
  • WordPress Website - A weekly meetup where we help you develop, host your website, and operate it to profitability
  • The Art of the Sale - Workshop where we design a 10-page Business Canvass Model for your project


You can cancel any time

Click the button below or E-mail us and we will process it on the back end




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Our Commitment to Sustainable and Ethical Production

Commitment to Sustainable and Ethical Production

Here at Creative UTO we have a strong commitment to producing all of our merchandise in the most ethically and environmentally conscious way possible. In order to do this we have carefully chosen vendors that meet the following criteria:

1. Reducing emissions in line with targets established by the 2015 Paris Agreement

◦ Converting offset printing processes to LED has substantially reduced carbon footprints
◦ Large-scale solar arrays have been installed and were installing solar panels isn’t feasible, working with local providers to procure renewable energy.

2. Committing to responsible forestry

◦ Being FSC certified. Their FSC certification with NEPCON is recognized by the Rainforest Alliance and current in both the North American and European markets!
◦ To learn more about why FSC is



3. Has a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification

◦ The interior fittings in their US headquarters earned Platinum certification for LEED!
◦ Their headquarters uses 40% less water from plumbing features and 75% of the
construction materials were diverted from a landfill and reused

4. Robust recycling programs

◦ They use large exhaust systems to carry the waste to processing machines where it is bailed, ready for transport.
◦ Even their dust is compressed into pucks for ease of transportation before being sent off for recycling.
◦ In their European offices the disposable cutlery, cups, and plates are biodegradable and recyclable.

5. They hold their supply chains to the same standards

◦ They demand that their supply chain does not allow for unacceptable practices like environmental violations, child labor, slavery, or unsafe working conditions.
◦ They update their Supply Chain Transparency Discloser every year to stay current on all ethical and sustainable consumption methods.
◦ They do not use papers sourced from endangered old-growth forests, forests of exceptional conservation value, or the Amazon Basin.

6. They print-on-demand

◦ Traditional offset printing usually requires large orders in anticipation of sales. Often, any books that go unsold are destroyed. The print on demand model of book manufacturing reduces supply chain waste, greenhouse emissions, and conserves valuable natural resources.