Hyperallergic is giving away three pairs of festival passes that will get you and a friend into all of 31 events.
For Parent Project, Seamus Gallagher and two of his cohort at the College for Creative Studies created works by following the instructions of mentors and role models.
An exhibition in Chiang Mai, Thailand contends with the pain and despair of life washed in economic disparity, genocide, war, and the complexities of nationhood.
Two Angeleno artists discuss the rich history of sign painting in this visually cacophonous metropolis.
Protections ensuring equal access to the internet were repealed today by the Federal Communications Commission, ushering in an uncertain new era.
The apexart Fellowship is an alternative educational program that invites creative individuals for a month-long stay in a foreign country. Fellows must agree not to make new work, not to research new work, and not network while in the program.
Dave Jordano’s new book collects more than 100 of his startling, brilliant nighttime photographs of his hometown.
And they all fall into a few types of questioners, from the craftsman to the raconteur.
A terror plot targeting the British Museum was recently thwarted, but the reasons why it became a target in the first place go far beyond the current political climate.