Let’s Be Friends! Donate To Harvestworks

Yes – I would like to support Harvestworks’ adventurous projects in art and technology! Pick your color level and donate ONLINE!

    • $100: REGULAR: Artist level donation (includes a free one-year membership)
    • $150: BLUE: Our thanks to you is the NEW Early Immersive Music of Joan La Barbara BluRay and CD Set.
    • $300: YELLOW: Our thanks to you is ONE MONTH IN OUR MEMBERS WORKSPACE (value $350)
    • $500: RED: DOUBLE YOUR MONEY! Our Board of Directors will MATCH your contribution!
  • $_____THE COLOR WHEEL selection allows you to input your own amount in $20 increments.

Harvestworks continues to champion experimental sound and visual art, and more young people are joining our community every day. We seek your support for NEW projects that are produced at Harvestworks that are adventurous examples of how artistic use of new technology helps acclimate people to change and absorb new ideas- enriching our culture and the quality of our lives.

I hope that you will support Harvestworks and our unique mission.

The community turns out for the Equitable Technology for Artists Studio Public Meeting

Founded as an alternative art space by composers and sound artists in 1977, Harvestworks’ history is a record the artists’ impact on the ways technology can be integrated into artistic practice. We are deeply involved in the creative process. In line with the historical E.A.T. (Experiments in Art and Technology) we provide an environment for experimentation with technicians, instructors and innovative practitioners in the electronic arts.

Former Harvestworks’ residents include established artists, such as Christian Marclay, R. Luke Dubois, Pauline Oliveros and Cory Arcangel.

This year Harvestworks helped 290 artists realize visionary new works using digital technology. Artists get access to workspace, project advice and a technical team, networking and presentation opportunities. The finished works reach large and diverse audiences in their subsequent presentations in New York and other locations around the world. The research and development of sound and digital technology conducted at Harvestworks is increasingly incorporated into performative techniques, interactive video stage settings, surround sound environments and art installations, and benefits the whole arts community.

Thank you again for all your support leading up and culminating in the Tudor/Ogielska event. It’s critical in this type of music to be very much in the zone to deliver an honest, confident performance. The Harvestworks facilities and support system allowed me just that. I felt really great about the performance and all that you provided helped immensely. – John D.S. Adams

“The residency at Harvestworks fulfilled all of my expectations, and opened up new areas for exploration in my sound and image practice. … The monthly salons were also critical- they exposed me to a range of creative practices and approaches that challenged me to take risks with my project, something that was encouraged by Harvestworks throughout the process”. – Art Jones

Composers and artists have always been VISIONARIES and PIONEERS, and they continue to explore new ways to create music and new venues for its performance.

Want to get involved?

Join our Friends Program that is designed to offer you a chance to learn more about our community and to be a part of it. The program includes visits to our workspace, get-togethers with our artists and special invitations to our events, including the New York Electronic Art Festival. See our donation levels at the top of this page!

In addition, your TAX-DEDUCTIBLE CONTRIBUTION will SUSTAIN our art center. We will continue to provide open, accessible technology programs and support to both young and seasoned artists globally.

Please let me know if you would like additional information. I am also available by phone at 212-431-1130 x 120 to discuss the benefits of becoming a DONOR or to ESTABLISH A CORPORATE MATCH for your contribution. Thank you for your consideration. Please use this link to donate.  Sincerely,

Carol Parkinson, Executive Director (2018)

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