The EXPLODE! queer dance festival runs June 22 to 24 and gathers a range of styles and sensibilities, from Irish step dancing to drag.
The Grand Al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul was destroyed as Iraqi forces were poised to retake the major Iraqi city that has been under ISIS control since 2014.
The campaign, launched by three friends and supporters of Saye’s, aims to raise £50,000 to promote the work of other young artists.
Works on Water, a new triennial on New York’s waterways, hosts an exhibition on local artist engagement with the city’s tides and currents.
A new report shows how the nonprofit culture sector stimulates the economy both locally and nationally.
For a one-night exhibition at the Lower East Side Ecology Center’s e-waste warehouse in Gowanus, artists transformed outdated and damaged devices into interactive installations and sculptures.
In Jenny Morgan’s exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, death lurks in her compositions.
Philip Guston and the Poets, currently at the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice, shows the significant influence of poetry on Guston’s work, especially after he retreated from the art world.
The Library of Congress selected examples from its collection of 10,000 courtroom drawings to show how artists are essential to public understanding of American trials.
Vireo: The Spiritual Biography of a Witch’s Accuser, an opera made specifically for TV and online, features over 350 musicians, including the opera star Deborah Voigt.
The artist’s paintings at Peter Freeman, Inc. move language from mere representation to lived experience.
Culture Unstained is calling on the museum to cut ties with BP because of its connections to foreign regimes that violate human rights.