Here’s a complete lists of the Wikipedia articles updated during this year’s Edit-a-Thon, Black Artists Matter, focused on artists of the African diaspora in the National Museum of Women in the Arts’s collection.
The Greenberg Steinhauser Forum in American Portraiture Conversation Series continues with two panels of curators and artists exploring issues of portraiture through performance art.
Founded as a way of highlighting the resiliency of local artists, LMCC’s annual River to River Festival returns with new and recent works by Asiya Wadud, Mona Chalabi, Jean Shin, and Muna Malik.
The National Museum of American Jewish History’s Yosemite-inspired shirt has garnered over $30,000 in sales since the president mispronounced the national park’s name.
The complaint, filed by Local 2110 UAW, accuses the museum of laying off bargaining unit members in a discriminatory and retaliatory act and refusing to provide necessary information.
In researching three Indiana institutions, it is clear that the lockdown has exacerbated trends in the museum field such as a lack of relevance to the general public and increasing reliance on private philanthropy.
With his recent works on linen, Joe Lewis plies the idea of moving human bodies regarded as contraband via the surveillance network of the state.
Founded by Jordan Engel in 2014, Decolonial Atlas is working to undo settler colonialism, one map at a time.
An interview series spotlighting New York’s creative community. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.