Delve into the evolution of woodblock printing through gorgeous Japanese landscapes and the supernatural beings that inhabit them in a new virtual exhibition.
Artists can generate awareness of social issues, unite communities, and become catalysts for change at this great name in education. Fall 2021 applications are due April 12.
Virtual programs explore how craft can cultivate strength and sustainability in individuals, spaces, and communities under adverse conditions.
The biennial Concurso de Arte Eduardo León Jimenes has taken place in the Dominican Republic since 1964. Check out a tour of the 28th edition.
The March 3 event is a collaboration between the MassArt Art Museum and the college’s Office of Justice, Equity, and Transformation.
Healing, Knowing, Seeing the Body and The Aorta of an Archivist explore our understanding of the human body and related themes of health, care, and connection.
From March 1 to 21, watch online screenings hosted by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and attend weekly conversations with the artists and museum curators.
Presented in collaboration with the Polish Cultural Institute New York, the discussions comprising New Renaissance in Feminist Art will examine the body as a tool for political oppression and a point of resistance.
Using sounds, textures, and multi-layered images, Almanza Pereda’s film is both subtle documentary and lyrical abstraction. Catch the premiere on Black Cube’s YouTube channel on February 26 at 7pm MST.
From February 23 to 25, enjoy online arts programming like a keynote lecture by honoree Sanford Biggers, a conversation between Amy Sedaris and Marcel Dzama, and more.
Applications are open for the upcoming summer and fall semesters, with fellowship opportunities still available.
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is accepting applications for the 2022 residency program through March 14.