Leading Jewish studies scholars came out in defense of Peter Schäfer, himself a prominent Talmud Scholar, and called accusations of anti-Semitism against him “false” and “outrageous.”
The Innovating Public Art symposium will consider a bevy of questions around public art through discussions with artists like Martin Puryear, Leonardo Drew, and others.
Bernard and Lisa Selz have contributed more than $3 million in recent years to the anti-vax movement. They’ve also given millions to institutions like the Frick Collection, the Brooklyn Museum, the Dallas Art Museum, and the World Monuments Fund.
The director’s new documentary, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story, is practically a mockumentary — playing fast and loose with facts to highlight the musician’s penchant for fascinating contradictions.
Artists Tommy Kha and Meena Hasan map not only the ethnic dimensions of their background but also the public and private ones.
Baneful Medicine looks to the past, but offers an opportunity to ponder bodily autonomy, informed consent, and medical practice in the present.
The Art Business Certificate in New York is an intensive program designed to provide in-depth knowledge of all aspects of business in today’s art world. Enrollment is now open for September.
Sadie Barnette mines memories to turn them into glittering, physical spaces. Her latest installation, The New Eagle Creek Saloon, is a recreation of the gay bar her father ran in the early ’90s.
The ninth annual LA Design Festival will feature talks, installations, exhibitions, and events hailing the city’s legacy in architecture, fashion, graphics, industrial design, and other disciplines.
LGBTQ Pride Month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer and letting them speak for themselves.
“(Some of) The Mechanics of Critique” is an instructional video by Lisi Raskin that unpacks how Enlightenment Era philosophies and epistemologies affect how we engage with the world around us.
The Skirball Cultural Center in LA will host a performance of choreographer Bella Lewitzky’s 1976 dance piece Inscape as part of the exhibition Fearless Fashion: Rudi Gernreich.