Our 2020 report is now available for you to review!
Read it and get inspired by how educators around the world engaged the public during the pandemic.
Also, get practical tips for designing virtual events.
A few highlights from 2020:
- 2020 was our 10th anniversary. Since we began, more than 1,500 Slow Art Day events have been held in museums around the world, including The Tate Modern, SFMoMA, The Art Gallery of Ontario, The National Gallery in Australia, and The Art Institute of Chicago, to name a few.
- We hosted virtual webinar training just after the lockdowns on how to use Zoom and host virtual events, with participants from several continents.
- All Slow Art Day events were virtual this year except one, which was a walk-by window display.
- A number of museums hosted their first Slow Art Day in 2020, despite the pandemic
- Starting in April of 2020, we invited Slow Art Day hosts to join us for webinars with leading African Americans from outside the art world including:
- NBA Deputy Commissioner, Mark Tatum
- Then-Princeton educator, and now chair of President Biden’s Council of Economic Advisors, Cecilia Rouse
- Dallas youth community organizer, Antoine Joyce
- Former Deputy Mayor to then-Newark Mayor Cory Booker, Bo Kemp
- We also spent time with museum leaders like Jack Becker, CEO and Executive Director of the Jocelyn Museum of Art in Omaha, who talked about “Diversity, Inclusion, and the Museum Experience.
So, thank you, thank you for helping us reach our 10 year anniversary – and for all you do to remind the world of the power of art to bring us together.
Phil, Johanna, Ashley, Maggie, and the whole Slow Art Day team
P.S. Again, here’s the link to download the annual report.