Salman al-Nabahin from Gaza’s Bureij refugee camp wanted to plant new olive trees but something underneath the soil stood in his way.
Bard College has announced a $3.2M endowment for the fellowship and the relocation of a mural Haring made on Professor Tom Wolf’s wall.
The Library’s “Chronicling America” initiative has now expanded to include media from all 50 United States, Washington, DC, the US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.
Critics of the project say artist Dries Depoorter is engaging dangerously with surveillance culture.
The library is offering Morrison’s Beloved and The Bluest Eye for unlimited checkouts through October 31, accessible at in-person locations with a library card as well as online.
The funds will go toward a new initiative from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
In recent years, local activists have pushed to change the names of federal sites featuring the dehumanizing “s-word.”
Researchers have found new evidence to support the theory that builders transported materials on a now-dried-up branch of the Nile.
The six-month pilot program will evaluate the impact of art and cultural institutions on mental health and well-being.
The museum refused a Freedom of Information request, stating that it is a private entity and therefore not subject to the MPIA.
Kahlil Robert Irving alleges that a hotel manager and his associate, both White, trespassed on his room during his stay and proceeded to verbally assault him.
Following a campaign by artists and anti-gentrification groups, the Brooklyn arts center is no longer endorsing the Astoria luxury tower project.