The 14,000-square-feet concrete expanse in Manhattan will be transformed into a lush, green lawn by acclaimed set designer Mimi Lien.
“I felt like they wanted to filter what I was saying, but I still wanted to perform the poems, so I figured I’d come and say them here now,” said Jive Poetic.
Lin’s Ghost Forest at Madison Square Park will feature 50 towering white cedars devastated by climate change.
Half of surveyed museum staff reported a heavier workload since the start of the pandemic.
Pleasingly difficult to decipher, Vidales’s paintings evoke the paradoxes of a year defined by solitude.
Cavernous conditions and fire may have contributed to an “altered states of consciousness.”
Enslaved.org houses millions of records related to more than 600,000 enslaved people and their descendants, emancipation activists, and enslavers.
The Joy of Giving Something is offering a $7,000 unrestricted cash grant for photo artists.
The coastal country is known for its tins of fish, which are exquisitely illustrated with intricate engravings, vibrant hues, and bold fonts.
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“The Louvre is dusting off its treasures, even the least-known,” said the museum’s director.
“Lucretia” (ca. 1627) remained in private hands for centuries before it was recently rediscovered in a collection in southern France.