Sometimes affection sprouts up in unexpected forms. Sometimes a core of graphite mixed with clay and encased in a tube of wood can surprise you. It hooked me, anyway.
An op-ed by Judge Bradley Cavedo, who temporarily halted the removal of Confederate statues in Richmond, has resurfaced. In it, he criticized desegregation busing, welfare measures, and a proposal for instant voter registration.
The multidisciplinary arts center in NYC, which laid off 28 full-time workers, received a Payment Protection Program loan in the range of $2-5 million.
Formerly known as the “Redskins,” the team will change its name and logo.
The Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design, which counts Pratt and RISD among its members, has signed on to an amicus brief supporting a lawsuit against ICE.
The announcement on Saturday came less than 24 hours after a petition launched calling for Gary Garrels’s resignation.
Trump and his surrogates have repeatedly and blatantly integrated fascist aesthetics into the campaign. This T-shirt design is only the latest example.
An interview series spotlighting New York’s creative community. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
A long-overdue retrospective of the feminist artist and filmmaker demonstrates how she explores communication in her work.
This week, a Breonna Taylor mural you can see from space, cancel culture, California’s last Confederate monument, moral clarity and journalism, and more.
The latest poetry collections by Lawrence Giffin and Lesle Lewis use the vocabulary of visual arts to extend poetry’s reach.
What is the relationship between Félix Fénéon’s politics and the art he admired?