As international governments take increased precautions to limit the spread of the coronavirus, museums, fairs, and festivals are facing closures and delays.
Instead of a traditional protest, Never Again Action presented a Purim Spiel, a centuries-old form of Jewish theater.
A trio of exhibitions laud technology as a springboard and a tool, while also probing the way it can harbor a quiet threat.
After being shared by Donald Trump, the video became the first media flagged by Twitter’s new policy to curb the spread of fake videos.
Year after year, True/False has provided a forum for filmmakers, critics, and viewers to do the work of considering documentary outside of its traditional boundaries.
Work by Sally Clegg, Kim Karlsrud, Erin McKenna, and Abhishek Narula will be on view at the Stamps Gallery at the University of Michigan, March 13–May 2.
An interview series spotlighting some of the creative community members in the US Southwest. Hear from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
Agnes Pelton was a lifelong seeker whose matriarchal, artistic household set her aesthetic course.
Archaeologists are reconstructing pieces of a 2,000-year-old sarcophagus lid featuring a colored leopard face.