Help Harvestworks to inspire a new generation
Thanks to you and other supporters, we have managed to keep stable during the pandemic and continue our non-profit programming for emerging and experimental artists. Please consider our 2021 giving appeal to support both our artist residency program and our public arts programming. We are deeply grateful for those who contributed to our Individual Giving Campaign in 2020.
And yet, we continue to need your support!
This year we were happy to be asked by The Metropolitan Museum of Art to join Met Fest in celebrating the art and community (above pic by Carol Parkinson). We presented the fFlower Interface by Sergey Kasich in the Petrie Court. This was a wonderful opportunity to honor the vital role of art in our lives and the resilience of NYC and its people.
The Art and Technology House on Governors Island was the location for our digital media exhibition The Workings of Media [art and artists] by 49 of our amazing artists. The exhibition was viewed by an audience of a few thousand between May to October 2021.
Our new program The Technology Immersion Program for underserved artists (TIPS) is about to enter the third year. TIPS has trained seven artists in the last 2 years and we look forward to giving an additional four artists this $4000 scholarship in the upcoming year.
Harvestworks needs your help now more than ever to support its mission to educate young artists and to bring adventurous artworks to a new generation.
Founded as a not-for-profit organization by artists in 1977, Harvestworks has helped a generation of artists create new works using technology. Our mission is to support the creation and presentation of art works achieved through the use of new and evolving technologies.