Artists Susy Bielak and Fred Schmalz sifted through archives and interviewed community members to tell a more complete and complex story of the region.
The archive illustrates the state’s unique social, political, cultural, and artistic DNA while highlighting underheard voices, stories, and perspectives.
An online platform creates a community around southern Nevada’s transitory creative life, but there’s a problem with its name.
Connor creates a simulacrum of closed-down businesses she would frequent or come across in Los Angeles, New York City, and New Zealand.
The exhibition is part of a collaborative initiative that tasks itself with picking up the unfinished work of history.
Toño Estrada’s personal archives paint a rare portrait of a brief and beautiful period of Mexican cultural creation.
Most of the media was created to disseminate Communist principles, particularly anti-racism and anti-colonialism.
Hyperallergic speaks to Maya Cade, creator of the Black Film Archive, about showcasing an “abundance of Blackness across time.”
Decolonizing the archive includes mobilizing students like mine to bethe decolonizers.
The Strong National Museum of Play will collect scripts, set designs, props, and more.
Launching on Juneteenth, the Brooklyn Public Library’s newest initiative examines six decades of Black-led activism in the borough.
More than 17,000 items make up this collection of photographs, writings, correspondence, and biographical material from 1933 throughout the artist’s life.