Lewis-Clark State College cited violations of the No Public Funds for Abortions Act passed last year.
Rhea Nayyar (she/her) is a New York-based teaching artist who is passionate about elevating minority perspectives within the academic and editorial spheres of the art world. Rhea received her BFA in Visual Arts from Carnegie Mellon University. Find her art updates at @rheanayyar.art on Instagram!
Hirshhorn’s The Exhibit Premieres With Inflatable Banana and Lots of Cringe
The Exhibit: Finding the Next Great Artist is filled with awkward silences and art-world jargon.
Extinction Rebellion Storms Rijksmuseum for Rembrandt Action
Changing tactics, the climate activists avoided gluing themselves to the masterpiece or smearing it with food products.
Man Finds Well-Endowed Celtic Bronze Figurine
The tiny artifact, which was discovered by a metal detectorist, is now headed to auction in the UK.
Roe v. Wade Case Documents Fetch Over $600K at Auction
The archive, belonging to lawyer Linda Coffee, contains nearly 150 documents and letters related to the historic case.
Internet Goes Wild Over Outdoor Gym of Hindu Puppets
Indian artist Diptej Vernekar attached puppets of Hindu avatars to exercise equipment that anyone could activate and engage with.
Whimsical Children’s Film Tackles War and Displacement in Syria
Dounia and the Princess of Aleppo (2022) is screening in New York this month to benefit earthquake relief in Syria.
These Miniature Artworks Prove That It’s the Little Things In Life
The exhibition Small is Beautiful, featuring over 100 tiny art pieces, is now on view in New York.
Viral “Photographer” Reveals His Images Were AI-Generated
Jos Avery had told his followers he used a Nikon D810 to take his distinctive black-and-white portraits.
Florida Man Says He Wants to Buy Broken Koons Sculpture
Here’s how he should spend the money instead.
Using Hair, Rice, and Indigo, an Artist Reclaims Her Family History
Adebunmi Gbadebo creates art from organic materials, like soil taken from her enslaved ancestors’ grave sites on the True Blue plantation.
Sacred Nuxalk Nation Totem Pole Finally Repatriated
The object was in the collection of the Royal British Columbia Museum for over a century.