Blood in the Water by Heather Ann Thompson details the dismal conditions that led over 1,200 incarcerated people to rebel and the legacy of their fight for justice.
The funding will also support artists at risk in Belarus, Russia, and other countries.
“Beam in” and “beam out” is the company Proto’s choice of language, and the holograms they create are eerily lifelike.
The organization will give $250,000 to women-identifying artists over 18 in addition to its annual awards to women over 40.
It’s been an age-old trope in literature and film but now brain scans suggest it’s true.
From Norway to Mexico, street artists paint murals calling to end the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The airport took the work down after it “received a lot of negative feedback from Elvis fans,” including “a small number of comments” that referred to artist Tommy Kha’s race.
Despite all of the ancient painted objects in our museums, it’s rare to see an actual paint set.
While their numbers decline, hate and anti-government groups have found their way into American mainstream politics, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
More than 17,000 artists and cultural workers sounded the message: “No to War!”