It’s all about democratizing art education.
Unlike most long-lost family photos, Ivashintsova’s 30,000 images show a unique aesthetic, one that she hid from her loved ones, inviting comparisons to Chicago street photographer Vivian Maier.
Chop & Steele lift jugs of gravy, karate chop small sticks, and draw attention to a lack of fact checking on morning TV shows.
Even before her daughter was born, artist Tyler Cohen was determined to raise a feminist.
According to Grant Snider, “genius” is: 1% inspiration, 29% perspiration, 5% improvisation, 8% aspiration, 7% contemplation, 15% exploration, 13% daily frustration, 11% imitation, 10.9% desperation, and 0.1% pure elation.
The newly reopened galleries combine disparate instruments the world over, grouping them by time period and type, rather than dividing them into the cultures by which they were created.
52,000 people tuned in to watch the museum’s first Facebook Live ASL tour, which showcased the Rodin at the Met exhibition.
Art conservators and the Army Research Laboratory are working together to conserve outdoor painted sculpture by Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, and Tony Smith.
This month, the museum is piloting a “Walk-Up Wednesdays” program for first-come, first-served entry once a week.
There are generally two types of rare book thieves — ones that steal for money and book hoarders.
On March 24 alone, the day of the March For Our Lives, 35,968 people visited the museum.
A new book highlights candy wrappers, cigarette packs, radios, vacuums, cars, and other items from the collection of the Moscow Design Museum.