Shelter In Place is a Boston gallery born out of the coronavirus pandemic. Artist Eben Haines built the maquette and artists submit works to scale, which are photographed with surprisingly realistic results.
May 5, 2020
What to Do (Online) This Week: A Filmmaker Examines Debt, Dependency, and Disability
In Jordan Lord’s films, accessibility is never an afterthought, but rather a potent set of guiding principles.
Opportunities for Artists in May 2020
From residencies to COVID-19 relief grants, a list of opportunities that artists and creatives can apply for this month.
Internet Stages Its Own Met Gala, Recreating Iconic Outfits at Home
Though the famed gala was canceled, people celebrated online with their own ingenious outfits made from newspaper, Q-tips, and more.
Entertainers Are Doing Their Best in Quarantine
Seeing what professionals do when forced to downgrade is an interesting case study in creativity under constraint.
A Virtual Music and Arts Festival for COVID-19 Relief in New Mexico
Virtual LemonAid, produced by Creative Santa Fe, will highlight some of the state’s creative talent.
Johanna Went, the “Hyena of Performance Art”
Messy, anarchic, and sexualized, Went’s performances around Los Angeles from the late 1970s through the ’80s refused to be reduced to a single thing.