Founded in San Francisco in 1984, Artists’ Television Access has persisted as an artist-run, non-profit organization for emerging, experimental, weird, and challenging moving-image work for over thirty-five years, fostering a supportive community for the exhibition of innovative art and the exchange of non-conformist ideas. It provides an accessible screening venue and gallery for the presentation of programmed and guest-curated screenings, exhibitions, performances, workshops and events.
“It is an honor to be part of The Warhol Foundation’s mission to support the visual arts coupled with its commitment to specifically support the voices of women, POC, Native Americans, and LGBTQ. It is simply thrilling to be part of an organization where we get to see these values writ large and implement real change in real life ways in the visual arts community that still so needs to move forward in terms of social justice, equality, and diversity. We put our money where our mouth is. How many institutions actually do that?”
Deborah Kass, Artist