Maracas, a jellyfish, a shaking face, and a WiFi icon are among the dozens of new emojis that could be approved this year.
Gaines’s sculpture “Roots,” encompassing seven sweetgum trees that were once native to the region, engages with the nation’s history of colonization and enslavement.
Meghan Boody’s images were initially produced in 2014 for a gun buyback program in New Orleans, but some expressed concerns when the works resurfaced this year in the context of a for-profit exhibition.
The Equity in Pay + Pay Transparency Accountability Tracker also lists whether or not popular websites that advertise museum openings publish unpaid internships.
“Killing animals has nothing to do with art, it just shows the arrogance of people who literally will stop at nothing for their own interests,” a PETA representative said.
NASA has released photographs taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, some capturing the ancient universe dating back 13 billion years.
Chroma: Ancient Sculpture in Color reminds us, once again, that our view of the ancient world is whitewashed.
The “Georgia Guidestones” attracted thousands of annual visitors and drew the ire of conservatives and conspiracists who deemed them “satanic.”
Approximately 1,200 district schools have had to decrease spending after Mayor Eric Adams cut funding by over $200 million.
In another action yesterday, five members of the group were arrested after they glued themselves to a landscape painting in Scotland.
“This contract is a structural breakthrough for museum workers who have been underpaid as a group for years,” said staffer Martina Tanga.
Two men were arrested after using a sledgehammer to break a glass display case at the art fair. Police are searching for two more suspects.