Artists can prosper in all areas of their lives.
We are building new services and technology to connect artists with the resources and support they need to thrive - now and into their futures.
What will this take?
tech tools that
Field Leadership Fund (2015-2017) Manager Fellow Brian Glover (left) with Artist Fellow Goussy Célestin (center) and the Ayiti Brass Ensemble.
Photo by Neha Gautam Photography
Is this a world you believe in?
Organizations: We need you!
We're seeking partners for investment, building, and community engagement. Will you join us in bringing this Vision into reality? All levels of commitment are welcome!
Artists: Want to help shape this Vision?
Sign up to share your needs, desires, and experience as a working artist in our next survey! Survey takers are eligible to participate in free trials of artist services and/or paid focus groups in the future.
Artists Prospering Report
Approximately 700 artists responded to our first survey, telling us about their art-making, their needs, and their priorities - both personal and professional. Artists Prospering! highlights what we learned and what we are doing with this information as we build out The Field's Vision.
Where are we now?
In June of 2021, we relaunched our website - thefield.org - in fulfillment of our vision. Our new platform was designed to accommodate and holistically serve our artists' needs.
The Field in partnership with
For more information, contact The Field's Executive Director Jennifer Wright Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Vision is made possible by generous support from the Booth Ferris Foundation, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, the New York Community Trust, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Winston Foundation, Lead Donor J. Speed Carroll, The Field's Engagement Circle donors, and Board Members.