ART FOR ALL APRIL 2021
ART FOR ALL APRIL
- April 1- April 30, 2021
We believe that the best way to explore new kinds of art, to fall in love with a performance you've never seen before, is to be personally invited. We hope that during the month of April you will tune in to OntheBoards.tv, find your favorite film, learn about a new artist, and then extend an invitation to your friends and family. This free month of access is brought to you by the 90+ donors who donated during our 2021 Telethon and by our Telethon sponsors Hoedemaker Pfeiffer.
Here is how you can access films on OntheBoards.tv:
1. Go to www.ontheboards.tv on a laptop or desktop computer (NOT a mobile device like a tablet or phone)
2. Select any film under the FILMS tab
3. Select the RENT option under PURCHASING OPTIONS
4. Go to CHECKOUT and fill out the contact information, then enter the code ARTFORALLAPRIL21 under the COUPON section.
Why Art For All April?
The need for affordable and accessible art, that could be enjoyed from our homes, became even more important in 2020 when COVID-19 hit, and we all had to stay inside.
On the Boards met the onset of the initial panic of the pandemic by making OntheBoards.tv FREE of charge to all visitors --scholars and housebound art lovers from over 25 countries around the globe! We Zoomed community screenings of performance from our friends’ living rooms. We added to the platform, we shared discount codes for subscriptions, and gave recommendations to our friends, we streamed videos during our own workdays because we needed ART. And new OntheBoards.tv users grew by over two thousand percent.
We want all the people who watched OntheBoards.tv for the very first time in 2020 to be able to share the service with their friends and their friends’ friends, and their friend's friends' friends. We want the world to know that contemporary performance is just a login away.
What is OntheBoards.tv?
We are so glad you asked! OntheBoards.tv is your personal portal to high-quality contemporary performance - anywhere, anytime. Students in Kansas learn from artists in Japan, France, Argentina, Seattle, and New York. Curators in Berlin watch works from Walla Walla, Detroit, or Mexico City. Artists in Tehran are inspired by artists in Columbus. Humans all over the world enjoy the wonderful complexities of contemporary performance and expand their thinking about the future of art.