The agreement guarantees wage increases and improved benefits for approximately 150 staffers.
Demian DinéYazhi’ says the Chehalem Cultural Center has “chosen to stand on the side of conservative extremism and fear.”
Through painstakingly rendered and expressive drawings, the nonbinary comic artist processes some of their life’s darkest moments and hardest truths.
Bordalo II staged “Walk of Shame,” printed with €500 banknotes, to call out the multimillion-dollar price tag of hosting Pope Francis.
The painting will join other works by the 86-year-old artist in a forthcoming exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery.
A family outing to the New York museum for two parents and two teenagers would cost over $100 with the new admission fees.
The ruins of Roman Emperor Nero’s theater, long believed lost, were found under the gardens of the Palazzo della Rovere just outside of Vatican City.
While We Watched, now screening in NYC, follows journalist Ravish Kumar, whose critical but risky reporting counters India’s conservative party rule.
Members of the Don’t Delete Art movement and anti-censorship groups are asking creatives to speak out against bills they say would increase web surveillance and censor marginalized artists.
Even Big Bird roasted Elon Musk’s unimaginative and ridiculous rebranding.
ProPublica reports that government funds spent on scientific research related to Native remains in US museums “created incentives for institutions to hold on to ancestors.”
Biden’s decision to designate the monument comes amid a conservative-led push to sanitize and distort the history of anti-Black violence in the US.