Our 2021 report is now available for you to review.
Read it and get inspired by your fellow slow-art-loving educators, curators, and artists.
As of 2021, Slow Art Day events have been held in more than 1,500 museums around the world.
Yet, we continued our second decade during the second year of the pandemic with many museums and galleries still closed in spring of 2021.
Despite the closures, 110 organizations registered for Slow Art Day 2021, and we received 37 reports, which we catalog in this annual report as a way to encourage sharing of best practices among our global community.
So, take a look and get inspired as you design your 2022 slow looking sessions.
And thank you for helping us grow in our second decade (2021 was our 12th year!) – and for all you do to remind the world of the power of art to bring all of us together as humans deserving of respect and inclusion.
Ashley, Erica, Jessica Jane, Johanna, Maggie, Phyl, and Richard
P.S. We are thinking now especially of our Ukrainian colleagues (several Ukrainian museums registered for Slow Art Day again this year). We cannot imagine what they are going through.
My students and I are excited about having the chance to participate. We have been at this since January 2022 before learning about slow art day. Welcome the chance to be part of this meaningful and needed project!