In a time when the significance of art is being questioned - now, more than ever Art21 is committed to encouraging, inspiring, and provoking creativity through the voices of the greatest artists of our time. In our films, we will continue to provide a profound look into the transformative ideas that define contemporary art, engaging viewers globally, free of charge at our digital home,
We invite you to take action, and join us in our pursuit to inspire millions around the country and the world.
Please consider making a donation to ensure Art21's films continue to be accessible through our digital platforms for years to come.
Just last month, we launched a new and improved website, offering audiences of all ages a streamlined way to engage with Art21's vast content library. Visitors can craft their own viewing experiences by building personal Watchlists, choosing from over 500 videos; or enjoy curated, themed Playlists created by Art21 artists, staff, and guest contributors. Our digital platform facilitates the exploration of contemporary art like never before - encouraging educators, students, and lifelong learners to discover, dream, and do.
Your gift today, will go on to help us accomplish what's in the works for 2017, including Art21's new short films, featuring the work of Raúl de Nieves, Theaster Gates, Julie Mehretu, Aki Sasamoto, and Sarah Sze. In appreciation to anyone who makes a contribution of $21 or more by May 15, donors will receive a special advance preview of one of Art21's new films before the world premiere in June!
Please join us today in ensuring that audiences worldwide will continue to engage with the creative minds of contemporary artists.
With much appreciation,
Tina Kukielski
Executive Director and Chief Curator
TOP IMAGE: LaToya Ruby Frazier Takes on Levi's from Art21's  
New York Close Up, 2011. 


Art21 is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization; all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Donations to Art21 support the production of Art21's films, education initiatives, digital resources, film archive, and other Art21 projects.