The COVID-19 pandemic has stalled the anniversary celebrations of the largest museum in the United States.
Zoom sessions hosted by Art World Conference seek to economically guide artists and independent cultural workers during the months to come.
The 18th Street Arts Center is launching a mini-semester’s worth of virtual art school for children, from toddlers to teenagers.
We’ve seen an increase in online programming as museums close to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. One arts administrator ponders how we can maintain this accessibility, and how it is colored by race and class.
Donning face masks and gloves, and standing six feet apart, workers picketed the Seattle museum, saying two union representatives were unjustly targeted.
The formal aspects of Mosley’s work have been thoroughly considered over the years, perhaps at the expense of exploring symbolism in his individual works.
The four winning proposals were selected from 400 submissions and rated by over 500 jurors, who cast more than 20,000 votes to determine apexart’s upcoming exhibition season.
Across the country, arts organizations seeking relief funding from city agencies find their businesses ignored or poorly considered by local and national plans for recovery.
An interview series spotlighting New York’s creative community. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
On social media, Fauci is being celebrated with admiring portraits, from cartoons to sock puppets bearing his image.