Dear Friends and Readers,
For 22 years the Brooklyn Rail has remained free for all, and has been home to critical writing on art, dance, film, music, theater, art books, literature, and world politics.
In addition to our illustrious print journal, this December will mark 700 live conversations on the New Social Environment, our daily Zoom conversation series.
This year we also launched the first seven editions of Singing in Unison, a multi-venue exhibition series that has brought together over 200 artists—young and old, taught and self-taught—as a celebration of the “Art of Joining” in our communities of the arts and humanities.
We are committed to making the arts accessible, which is why we’ve increased our distribution to over 120 locations throughout New York City and beyond, while now reaching a readership of nearly 3 million globally.
As a small non-profit, we need your support
Your contribution allows us to support the writers, editors, and designers who produced over 1,000 articles in print this year, as well as the artists, performers, and interviewers who make possible our endless public programming—including daily installments of the New Social Environment, poetry, music and dance performances, panel discussions, and 7 exhibits this year.
Your generous support keeps the Rail independent, relevant, and free