Proceeds from the sale will be donated to Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council (TASSC), a nonprofit that provides cultural, socio-economic, health, and housing support for the city’s Indigenous residents.
“Six of the seven permanently laid off workers played key roles in last year’s effort to win union recognition and improve working conditions,” Local 814 tells Hyperallergic.
Forced to shutter to contain the pandemic, Guatemala City’s Proyectos Ultravioleta has created a series of “Nature is Healing” memes, which are both endearing and hilarious.
More than merely letting players visit with other people and frolic outside without fear of infection, the game lets them act as procurers and curators of their own personal museums.
While museums and galleries have rushed to offer more and more online experiences as their physical spaces remain closed, we discuss the ones that stand out.
Sometimes things start in the most unexpected ways.
These books and articles deal with the most bedeviling questions that arise out of viral outbreaks, and offer intriguing studies by which we can chart a course toward health.
Other highlights include a queer crime film from the directors The Matrix, a masterpiece of found footage from the Silent Era, and more.
Elizabeth Jaeger, an artist, and Cady Chaplin, a nurse at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, started a campaign for artists to submit illustrations, paintings, and digital edits thanking healthcare workers.
Read an interview transcript, watch videos, view images from the archives, and more, presented by the Artists’ Legacy Foundation.
Field of Vision, Topic, and American Documentary are some of the businesses and nonprofits launching funds to aid workers in the field.
At this critical juncture, Maria Hupfield’s work is a much needed disruption, to hold institutions accountable and in doing so help them stay relevant.