Artist Alexis Rockman examines the future of our planet through historic shipwrecks.
Eight MFA painting students present their culminating thesis projects and other works created during this past pandemic year at Art Cake in Brooklyn, NY.
Presented as part of the American Women’s History Initiative, On Black Interiority will take place on May 6 at 5:30pm.
The university’s Artists on the Future series pairs renowned artists with cultural thought leaders. This virtual event is free and open to the public.
A Thing Like You and Me and smoke, signals, space open at the Sam Fox School’s Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.
Merge is open to US visual artists with disabilities who are between the ages of 16 and 25. The grand prize is $20,000.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage’s new anthology surveys an array of structurally innovative shows in the exhibition makers’ own words.
Situated at the intersection of sculpture and performance this provocative work reimagines abstract art through an exploration of the Black female body.
Support a small visual arts nonprofit by purchasing this book, which highlights 35 artworks in spaces like mining towns, modernist chapels, and cars.
Summer programs, offered in both live and asynchronous formats, include classes for adults, college students, and high school students.
A free livestream on April 26 will feature Antoni in dialogue with other artists and researchers.
Create a custom art certificate from a robust list of core courses and electives at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts’ Continuing Education Summer Session.