In a time of bald-faced white supremacy and discrimination, the Nebraska exhibition Monarchs feels vitally relevant.
In the wake of recent sexual harassment allegations against Close, four additional women have shared the stories of their encounters with the artist — including one who says he touched her.
On August 31, Dynasty Handbag will perform her over-the-top stand-up show I An, Moron at Joe’s Pub.
This Friday at Recess, Brendan Fernandes will explore the possibilities of the dance floor as a queer space.
All 17 private members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities published a letter condemning Trump’s “hateful rhetoric” after Charlottesville.
Love Symbol #2 honors the late musician, who was known as the Purple One.
A program presented by Brooklyn Arts Council at the Brooklyn Public Library on August 19 will introduce attendees to some key cultural elements of Trinidadian J’Ouvert.
A stunning video shows the monument, which was erected in 1924, come crashing down as people cheer.
The 17-minute film, “Don’t Be a Sucker,” offers some timely advice in light of recent events — though it hasn’t aged perfectly by any means.
On August 9, the park will screen Pere Portabella’s The Silence Before Bach, a non-narrative film that celebrates the composer.
From August 2 to 4, artist Amelia Marzec will operate a DIY weather station and satellite radio system at Harvestworks.
On July 15, NYC Public Artist in Residence Bryan Doerries will explore the resonance between Antigone and the killing of Michael Brown.