A festival opening this week at Film Forum highlights NYC-based, critically acclaimed films throughout the decades, from Scorsese to blaxploitation.
The city has launched a new cat-paign — ehm, campaign — that puts a feline spin on famous Austrian artworks.
Museums are “caught in the crossfire” of the ongoing conflict, says a report by the International Council of Museums.
The organization apologized for publishing AI-generated photographs of Colombia’s 2021 protests.
Federal prosecutors say the conviction marks the first insider trading case involving NFTs.
The National Museum of the American Indian’s series focuses on films exploring the histories and communities that “make New York a Native place.”
Willie Cole and others on social media saw similarities between his designs and the light fixtures lining the Met Gala entrance.
“The concern is not that AI will create scripts that are really good, but that it will take away a lot of work,” said Lowell Peterson of the Writers Guild.
In a new theory, scholar Adriano Marinazzo posits that Michelangelo painted himself as God in his famous Sistine Chapel fresco “The Creation of Adam.”
Tribes and museums are grappling with the dilemma of sacred Indigenous objects and remains contaminated by toxic pesticides and preservatives.
In recent years, local activists have pushed to change the names of federal sites featuring the dehumanizing “s-word.”
The Trump-appointed federal judge ruled in favor of a Louisville wedding photographer who claimed that serving LGBTQ+ clients violated her Christian beliefs and First Amendment rights.