New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has over 1,400 volunteers, but it’s looking for more.
Author Luke O’Neil will read passages from his brutal new book Welcome to Hell World, a text that starkly explores grim current events in the United States.
The frieze was discovered during a rehab of a building in Columbia Heights. Its reemergence tells a story of gentrification and DC’s Black community.
Massachusetts’s American Civil Liberties Union chapter revealed Amazon’s “Rekognition” technology falsely linked the faces of 27 professional athletes in New England to mugshots in a criminal database.
In Paper Borders artists Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali articulate the experience of displacement using delicate materials crafted by hand.
The Immigrant Yarn Project, a fiber arts collective, crafts and sells knitted totems to benefit immigration aid organizations.
A mix of voices filled the room with passages from Borderlands, serving as a powerful antidote to the violent racism and xenophobia that characterizes our current political moment.
Following the announcement of Amazon’s first music festival, hundreds have signed an open letter pledging to boycott all Amazon events until the company withdraws its contracts with the Department of Homeland Security.
Lou Sullivan’s diaries, spanning 1961 to 1991, might be one of the most valuable affirmations one can read on the trans masculine experience to date.
Zombi Child and Ouvertures delve into France’s lingering influences on Haiti.
Boston Center for the Arts and Bodega team up again to present the second largest Art Book Fair on the East Coast, taking place in the Historic Cyclorama at BCA.
A commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre will include a community reading of Emily Mann’s play Greensboro: A Requiem.