The proposed Small Business Jobs Survival Act (SBJSA) would help commercial leaseholders bargain contract terms with their landlords on equal footing, but the bill has some strong detractors.
Collage was the process of choice at this year’s open studios, mashing up decades, styles, processes, and technologies across works.
The unprecedented allocation includes $43.9 million for cultural programming, a 40% increase from 2014.
Shoreline Project is the commissioned work of art for Art & Nature, a multidisciplinary exploration of art’s engagements with the natural world.
The Rapa Nui community has offered a basalt replica of the eight-foot, four-ton sculpture called Hoa Hakananai’a, which was stolen in 1868.
Stamps School of Art & Design at U-M now accepting applications for MFA in Art.
Museum officials thought that the 12,000-year-old remains of a human female were incinerated in the September 2 fire, but they recently announced the dramatic recovery of “Luzia’s” skull.
In his latest film, Life and Nothing More, Spanish director Antonio Méndez Esparza employed non-professional actors and documentary realism to create a moving study of race, class, and familial bonds in America.
Featuring Stockholm-based artist duo Goldin+Senneby, renowned curator Clémentine Deliss, and Anselm Franke of Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt.
The works on display will include both Old Master and contemporary works, as well as rare and new-to-market pieces.
Kazuki Umezawa’s “internet landscapes” vividly capture the schizophrenic experience of the internet.
Witchy and prescient, Hilma af Klint’s paintings from the early 1900s curiously combine spiritualism with an interest in evolutionary biology.