"Art making is a form of alchemy, in a way, because you are trying…to make gold from nothing. When it works very well is when you manage to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary."
Art21, Inc. (herein known as “Art21”) values the privacy of the users of the Art21 website, located at www.art21.org (herein known as “Art21 Site”). Art21 does not collect personal information about you—such as name, address, phone number, or e-mail address—unless you voluntarily and knowingly provide it.
When you register to use certain areas on the Art21 Site, we do request that you provide personal information. The information you provide may be shared among internal staff at Art21. The information will not be shared with any other third parties.
Forums and blogs on the Art21 Site may display the name, if provided, of the person posting comments. When providing any personal information on the forums and blogs of the Art21 Site, be aware that you are providing this personal information, that it will be accessible to users of the Art21 Site, and that you are willing to assume the risk and any consequences of providing such information. We cannot guarantee the security and/or privacy of information you choose to disclose online. Remember: whenever you provide personal information online, that information can be collected and used by others.
Art21 does not knowingly solicit or collect personal information from children. Visitors to the Art21 Site under the age of 18 are specifically instructed NOT to provide their name, email address, or any personal information on the forums or blogs on the Art21 Site. For younger visitors to the Art21 Site, an adult must provide any personal information on their behalf.
Art21 may place information, known as a “cookie,” on your computer to allow us to identify you, as this information can enable us to better serve you. If you wish to disable the cookies, you may set your browser to do so.
The Art21 Site provides links to third-party websites. Art21 is not responsible for the content or privacy policies of those linked sites.
We encourage your suggestions and input regarding these privacy issues.