This free public event returns to Brooklyn for its 25th anniversary on Saturday, October 16 and Sunday, October 17 from 12 to 6pm.
Devour the Land considers environmental and socioeconomic damages caused by the military-industrial complex, as well as how photography inspires activism.
The artist’s newly commissioned work in Richmond, Virginia is made out of soil and water from cities and ports that played important roles in the enslavement of people.
The first year of programming at Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s graduate programs satellite gallery continues with this show, on view through October 24.
Through four newly designed “instruments,” Oppenheimer explores how individual and communal actions shape the spaces we inhabit.
Apply by January 15, 2021 for priority consideration for one of 10 full-tuition fellowships.
This free online event celebrating Rubins, the recipient of the Artists’ Legacy Foundation’s 2021 Artist Award, will take place on Friday, October 22.
Infinite Duets delves into the work of TikTok creators and the collaborative process that lies at the core of the popular entertainment platform.
Through December 15, students and the public can attend online talks with visiting artists and designers, including Forensic Architecture, Tega Brain, Alison O’Daniel, and Regina José Galindo.
Applications for the graduate institute’s Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture MA and PhD programs are due January 7, 2022.
The New York-based program for professional curatorial training has a particular focus on practical experience.
The Voice NFT Residency provides artists with resources to experiment in creating art that utilizes blockchain technology.