Founded by Jordan Engel in 2014, Decolonial Atlas is working to undo settler colonialism, one map at a time.
An interview series spotlighting New York’s creative community. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
Charges against Madalena McNeil were raised to the level of a first-degree felony due to the District Attorney’s decision to invoke a “gang enhancement” charge against her and seven other protesters who were accused of splashing paint and breaking windows.
Following the death of Yosvany Arostegui in police custody, the Cuban artist asked people to record themselves reading the names of 102 current political prisoners out loud.
Looking for safe ways to see art? We compiled a list of beloved public artworks that celebrate LGBTQ makers and lives.
Though produced in collaboration with creatives from around the globe, there’s an unmistakable feeling that the film is meant more for Black Americans than the wider African diaspora.
Online continuing education courses at The New School provide the opportunities to gain the real-world skills and experience needed for a career in fashion, art, or digital marketing.
The recent government threats to TikTok raise questions about the future of the internet, which we once saw as free and democratic. Is that still the case?
A portrait of Audre Lorde and an intimate embrace between a couple in 1979 are two of four photographs by Joan E. Biren.
Inspired by true events, Melina León’s debut drama is a captivating vision of unredeemed humanity.
This week, a guerilla florist, on being human, pop music from North Africa, the politics of Hagia Sophia, police lies, bunny kisses, and more.
Aoko Matsuda’s Where the Wild Ladies Are offers a fresh critique of Japan’s stance towards women.