Double Peabody, All the Way [GIVEAWAY]

Published on April 1st, 2011 by

Double Peabody, All the Way

The Art21 office is still bursting with excitement from the announcement of the 70th Annual Peabody Award recipients, where we were awarded our second ever Peabody.

We, of course, have our loyal viewers to thank for helping us reach this remarkable achievement. To celebrate, we want to give away “Art21 Double Peabody” packs to a few lucky viewers, containing DVDs of both of our Peabody Award-winning films: Season 4 of Art in the Twenty-First Century (2007) and William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible (2010).

The drawing is closed. Thanks to all who participated! There are 4 ways to enter the drawing:

1. Enter your email address using the form below
Note: Unless you opt in to the Art21 News email newsletter, we will only use your email address to notify winners

2. Leave a comment on this post

3. Leave a comment on and/or “Like” our Facebook “Double Peabody” note

4. Send out a tweet via Twitter containing the hashtag #art21peabody

Join the contest by using any or all of the above!

Winners from Twitter and Facebook will be selected at random on April 11, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. ET. All other winners will be selected at random on April 29, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. ET.

Thank you all for supporting Art21 over the years, and we look forward to sharing even more films in the coming years!

1. Entry via email

2. Entry via site comment

3. Entry via Facebook

4. Entry via Twitter

34 Responses to “Double Peabody, All the Way [GIVEAWAY]”

  1. Charles Cousins says:

    Congratulations! I love the series. What a great, diverse group of artist you have presented. Looking forward to more!

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  2. Alia says:

    Congrats on the Peabody!

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  3. Iris Atma says:

    Congratulations Art21!
    Excitement news, good for the 70th Annual Peabody Award recipients!
    Long life to your Art Projects.
    Kiss & bliss

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  4. Roldan Din says:

    Kudos! Keep up the wonderful program which continues to enrich us all!

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  5. Migel Delgado says:

    The films in question are great and I have been showing them to my students and sharing with my friends for years. Thank you from one aspiring artist showing the future to all, Migel.

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  6. Anisa says:

    Congratulations Art 21! What a great series!

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  7. Kristen Hutchinson says:

    Great work! I too use these films to teach my undergraduate courses.

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  8. Amber says:

    I’ve been following Art 21 since it began in 2001. It started out as a screening in art history classes at Cornish, but now it’s a destination to view every subsequent episode. Thank you for your dedication, & congratulations on the second Peabody!

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  9. i watched the kentridge film two times in a row the day it was published on the website. i’m so happy you guys won! it is an amazing film. so beautiful, informative, and endlessly encouraging. :)

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  10. Jeannine Bardo says:

    I love William Kentridge. Enter me into the drawing. Thanks

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  11. Toni Wynn says:

    Thank you for setting and maintaining such a consistently high standard.

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  12. Dorothy Strauss says:

    Art21 is brilliant, totally earned the awards!

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  13. kathryn says:

    Well Done, peabodies all round

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  14. DMK says:

    Kentridge is taking credit for work and ideas not his own; he needs to be encouraged to give the $600K prize back to the Japanese relief fund.

    For the true source, origination, aetiology and conceptualization of Kentridge’s direction of Shostakovich’s “The Nose,” as well as the ideas, images, inspiration, and research background for his work of the last decade, including “The Magic Flute,” and his “I am not me, the horse is not mine” [sic], see “Kentridge” on THE APP on javari (and books by Jennifer Arlene Stone, paperbacks on Amazon).
    NOTA BENE Kentridge has recently been taking full credit for work not entirely his own. There are issues of intellectual property violation and copyright infringement, among others.

    THE APP on javari
    http://javari.com
    New York NY

    DMK
    Cybereditor

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  15. amanda dillingham says:

    you guys are totally deserving of the award. i teach at three different universities and use he art21 series as a supplement to all the different art history books. congrats!

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  16. CONGRATULATIONS ON WINNING THE PEABODY FOR THE SECOND TIME that is really AWESOME!

    Artfully,

    Survilla M. Smith

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  17. “Congratulations on winning the Peabody Award for the 2nd time. That is Awesome!

    Artfully,

    Survilla M. Smith

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  18. Jane Kahn says:

    Art 21 is a superb series that has been of great benefit to my art students on many occasions. Congratulations on your much deserved 2nd Peabody.

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  19. orlando martinez vesga says:

    ¡congratulations Art21!… it’s a deserved award for your serious work about contemporary art… I’m looking forward to next season of the series

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  20. Katie Knight says:

    Thank you for the inspiring work; it fuels mine and my art students!

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  21. Katie Knight says:

    Thank you for the inspiring work. It fuels mine and my students.

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  22. Wonderful news! Love being able to hear artists talk about and amidst their work.

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  23. Brad Nebeker says:

    Drawing for DVD’s

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  24. Artemis says:

    I’ve just discovered Art 21 and am excited to explore your films. Thank you, as I have been seeking a way to stay current and informed regarding contemporary art. Congrats on the Peabody!!

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  25. Eddie Wong says:

    Really appreciate your presentations of William Kentridge’s work. More kudos to you.

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  26. Eddie Wong says:

    I really appreciate your presentations of William Kentridge’s work. more kudos to you

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  27. Elisabetta Balasso says:

    As many others who have left comments, I also use the programs as inspiration for my classes… and would be glad if there were spanish subtitles! I am so curious about this movie about Kentridge’s work… Which is why I hope to be one of the happy winners!
    Thank you for your work

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  28. I have long been a Kentridge fan as well as yours.
    Merrilyn Duzy

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  29. I have been a Kentridge fan for a very long time as well as a fan of art21.

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  30. Elaine Gaito says:

    The Canadian Art Foundation Reel Artists Film Festival was thrilled to present the Canadian premiere of “William Kentride: Anything is Possible” this past February in Toronto… Would love to add the film to my personal collection. Fingers crossed…!

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  31. Elaine Gaito says:

    The Canadian Art Foundation Reel Artists Film Festival was thrilled to present the Canadian premiere of “William Kentridge: Anything is Possible” this past February in Toronto. Would love to include a copy in my personal DVD collection. Fingers crossed…!

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  32. William Kentridge is an inspiration! His work and commentary on the history of apartheid in South Africa is brilliant, and he is an incredible artist.
    I became aware of his work many years ago, before he was well-known. In my trips to South Africa, I have had the pleasure of seeing his work in galleries there and his films are astounding.
    He is one of my favorite artists and inspired my to name one of my prints as an homage to him.

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