The paintings, by Robert McCurdy and Sharon Sprung, will hang in the White House.
A proposed left-leaning constitution was voted down this weekend, but the artworks remain, calling for universal human rights, environmental justice, and social equality.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only limited the scale of exhibition opening receptions, but has also radically changed their nature and purpose.
Jason Allen’s AI-generated artwork won a fair’s top prize, setting the Internet ablaze with criticism from enraged artists.
EastSide Arts Alliance and Nomadic Press are calling for the “timely removal” of their exhibition at the San Francisco Public Library unless the mural is reinstated.
This summer, the museum relinquished 21 Ancient Greek and Roman artifacts to the Manhattan DA.
According to the Utica Police Department, the children — ages eight to 11 — were found hurling rocks at cars with paint on their shoes.
Attackers smashed windows, destroyed equipment, and damaged artworks that were slated for an upcoming charity auction at Sculpture Space in Utica, NY.
Starting in 2023, teachers will be able to deduct $300 instead of $250. It’s the first expense deduction increase they get in 20 years.
The measure will go into effect in November and it is a victory for the grassroots organizations that have long called for salary transparency in the museum sector.
Authorities are asking for information about individuals who have etched their initials into a pictograph panel at the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest.
Museums will have to install “prominently placed” placards alongside the works, according to a new suite of laws signed by Governor Kathy Hochul.