“It’s a terrific affirmation, not only for myself, but for a lot of the old bandits and pirates that helped me in the business.”
The genius behind Roger Rabbit and The Thief and the Cobbler brought an unprecedented three-dimensional feeling to traditional animation.
Performers respond to Sandra de la Loza’s installation at LACE, which examines bygone layers of Los Angeles, looking at how waves of development have destroyed and obscured what came before them.
The Interference Archive is organizing a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon to widely disseminate the history explored in its exhibition Resistance Radio: The People’s Airwaves.
Residents in anguish over gender-based violence in Mexico City graffitied one of the capital’s most historic landmarks in an act of frustration against government officials.
This September, art installations and performances take over the streets of Taos, NM, with thought-provoking experiences in the sixth year of this free public art festival.
The Argentine conceptual artist reminds us that imagination can transform reality into art.
American Factory, the first film from the Obamas’ production company Higher Ground, is a riveting inquiry into globalization.
The King of Comics was born and raised in New York City, on the streets where many of his fictional characters live, and the nonprofit that honors his legacy will guide visitors along a free walking tour of his haunts.
Last month, Subhash Kapoor was charged with 86 felony counts for allegedly looting $145 million in antiquities over the last 50 years. This month, his former clients continue to reel from the revelations as more stolen artifacts are returned.
In Just a Blink of an Eye, the performers lean backwards, appearing as victims of an unseen violence.
Awards include a $20,000 stipend, fully subsidized living, and studio space within Tulsa’s Arts and Greenwood Districts for one year. Apply by September 6.