Join Art21 as it celebrates the 100 artists that have appeared in the PBS documentary series Art in the Twenty-First Century. During this yearlong initiative Art21’s Access 100 Artists program is working with partners from around the globe in a celebration of free screenings and public discussions. Participants have the opportunity to screen any of Art21's films before a public audience. Together with Americans for the Arts and its Emerging Leaders of New York Arts, the National Guild for Community Arts Education, and the YMCA, Art21 is inviting viewers to contribute to an open dialogue on contemporary art making and the artist’s point-of-view.
Art21 is looking to connect with organizations, libraries, schools (both K-12 and universities), galleries, museums, and educators worldwide to host screenings and talks in their local communities. Access partners are encouraged to be creative with how they incorporate Art21 films, and are welcome to include them in lectures, seminars, symposiums, education workshops, debates, or events of their choosing. Our hope is to initiate an ongoing discussion with these films by engaging new and varied viewers.
Please contact Nechama Winston, Access Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Rosanna Flouty, Director of Education (email@example.com), to sign-up and participate.
To register or find out more about Access 100 Artists visit art21.org/access.
Information about 100 Artists is available at art21.org/100artists.
For more on Art21 and its films explore art21.org.
Art21 is a nonprofit contemporary art organization founded in 1997. It produces the Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning Art in the Twenty-First Century—the longest-running television program on contemporary visual art and artists in the United States—in addition to films including the Peabody Award-winning feature William Kentridge: Anything is Possible, and the online documentary series New York Close Up and Exclusive. Art21’s mission is to inspire a more creative world through the works and words of living artists.
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