#NoKidsInCages, 24 installations commissioned by an immigration legal services nonprofit, were placed in front of media companies, cultural institutions, and other busy New York landmarks.
The first openly gay elected official in the nation had just one day in San Francisco’s mayoral office in 1978, but the meaning of that moment will echo for generations.
About 100 Hong Kong arts organizations, including commercial galleries, announced a strike against a bill that would allow extraditing fugitives to mainland China.
Andrea Bowers’s installation Open Secrets details sexual assault allegations that have come to light in the wake of the #MeToo movement, but came under fire for using the likeness of a survivor after her assault, without permission.
Molly Soda, Claudia Hart, and Faith Holland will discuss their work at a panel this week, The Artist Isn’t (Physically) Present: Women in Digital Art.
New Glass Now is on view at The Corning Museum of Glass through January 5, 2020.
York Chang and Daniel R. Small’s “The Map Is the Territory” will discuss the implications of the government using A.I. to predict world events.
The documentary Before Homosexuals seeks to educate those whose knowledge of queer history doesn’t go further back than the 20th century.
During a conflict between municipal guards and activists protesting the privatization of Kyiv’s cinemas, a group of over 300 protesters was met with violence and homophobic slurs.
LGBTQ Pride Month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer artist and letting them speak for themselves.