Explore new directions in your work with artists from around the world while being inspired by studio spaces and facilities in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
The 76-year-old painter has been documenting his people, their ancestors, their land, and their fight for liberation for over half a century.
by Meka Boyle
Local artists invoke nostalgia, probe policymakers, and take aim at public perception to shift attitudes toward natural resources and waste management.
Selected Work, 1988–2023 at Flea Street features early landscapes of France, Italy, New Mexico, and more recent cityscapes of Paris, San Francisco, and New York.
Dominique Lévy, Brett Gorvy, and Amalia Dayan say their Upper East Side gallery was “vandalized” with a message that decries the “massacre of Palestinians” in Gaza.
by Maya Pontone
Miami’s local artists grapple with environmental, economic, and political issues year-round, all while facing access barriers to fairs like Art Basel in their own city.
Part of Georgia State University, the school offers tuition waivers, studio space, graduate assistantships, and teaching experience.
Darling’s multidisciplinary practice reflects on class divisions and challenges conventional notions of British identity.
by Elaine Velie