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The news came just as the Hollywood screenwriters’ guild reached a strike-ending deal with studios.
Titled Now and Forever, the new designs honor the ongoing pursuit for racial equality in a country built on systemic oppression.
The first prize winner will receive $25,000 and a commission to portray a remarkable living American for the Smithsonian museum’s collection.
The 213,000-square-foot complex in Richmond, Virginia, will be a hub for multidisciplinary research and collaboration and a resource for the community.
The Met’s staff art exhibition made headlines when it opened to the public last year. As it turns out, these shows are anything but rare.
The moving image artist will discuss her investigative practice and the implications of digital image proliferation, taking place via livestream and in Philadelphia.
While most people do everything they can to keep their homes free of pests like mice, roaches, and ants, artist Catherine Chalmers welcomes them as collaborators in her art practice. Chalmers works with these disliked but ecologically essential organisms in an effort to broaden the horizons of our anthropocentric existence. In her research-based, multidisciplinary project…