Curated by Freya Chou, Reem Shadid, and Brian Kuan Wood, the biennial invites visitors to reorder their relationships with other people and their surroundings.
Lectures and panel discussions are free and open to the public. Presented by the Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s Interdisciplinary Low Residency MFA.
Emerging and established artists working in all media are welcome to apply through February 1, 2024.
The New York-based, globally linked, practice-focused program is for professional curatorial training.
Works by Ruth Cuthand, Natalie Ball, Sean Chandler, Mercedes Dorame, and Raven Halfmoon are now on view in Unsettle/Converge at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.
For Native American Heritage Month, the Native Cinema Showcase includes over 35 free online screenings representing 22 Indigenous Nations in six different countries.
Ringgold’s first solo exhibition in New England in nearly 15 years is centered around her story quilt “Picasso’s Studio”, a cornerstone of the museum’s collection.
The ArtYard exhibition explores plant respiration as a metaphor for life and vulnerability. On view through January 28 in Frenchtown, New Jersey.
One of the largest curated shows of Southern artists features 41 artists in four locations around Lake City, South Carolina. Presented by ArtFields and South Arts.
Meet faculty, students, and staff in person in NYC or over Zoom this fall to learn more about the unique interdisciplinary low-residency program.
Art Bridges Foundation is expanding access to American art. Partner with us to build your next exhibition.
Last year, the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation awarded Individual Support Grants of $25,000 each to 20 visual artists. The deadline to apply for the current cycle is January 17, 2024.