Constance Hockaday invited 50 artists, including Miranda July, Mel Chin, and Coco Fusco, to deliver a five-minute presidential address.
Tenants of the 40-year-old collective of artists and organizers in Fort Greene say that the building’s owner and her family have used tactics of “surveillance, intimidation, and harassment” to force them out of the building.
The Other Places Art Fair has promised to offer more than “online viewing rooms.”
Installed in over 500 bus shelters and 1,700 wifi kiosks around the five boroughs, Art on the Grid softens, just a little, our long waits, for the bus, for the pandemic to be over.
The Black Women’s Film Conference is showcasing films about Black coming of age and transcendence, and is hosting a series of conversations between filmmakers, scholars, and curators.
American Utopia, Lee’s film of the stage show, recontextualizes some of Byrne’s greatest hits as musings on modern life.
Public statues of women in the country just barely outnumber those of men named John, a new study has found.