The workers voted by a 96% margin to authorize a strike if their demands for higher wages, health care benefits, and improved worker safety are not met.
The symbols of hate are evolving and the Anti-Defamation League has added dozens to it’s “Hate on Display” database.
Bernard Chenebault, president of Amis du Palais de Tokyo (Friends of Palais de Tokyo) in Paris, called Thunberg a “madwoman” who “we must shoot down” in a Facebook post on Sunday. He was dismissed from his position the following day.
To help me parse this year’s film Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, I had a conversation with Steven G. Fullwood, an archivist, editor, publisher, and scholar, to discuss the documentary’s approach in telling the phenomenal author’s story.
Bacurau, a ferociously angry film, straddles the thriller and the social drama, invoking the history of resistance to state violence in the Brazilian sertão.
The 2010s were a seismic time for nonfiction filmmaking. Director Robert Greene considers how the craft has evolved, and continues to evolve.
Training the next generation of curators, museum and arts professionals, scholars, and educators.
Our culture is quick to put down a woman who seeks money or power at the same time that it valorizes the men who do so.
The previously unknown Polaroids of April Dawn Alison were not just snatched from the jaws of oblivion, but are now in an esteemed museum collection.
A new book by classicist and historian Andrew M. Riggsby investigates the types of information technologies drawn, painted, and inscribed on the surfaces of the ancient Roman world.
The Ruden Family Gallery and additional programming deepen the performing arts institution’s commitment to visual art.
Socrates Sculpture Park presents its annual exhibition of artist fellows in an effort to nurture emerging talent.