Make art within and across disciplines in this top-ranked program, where students pursue research in social practice, environmental justice, sustainability, and emerging technologies.
70 miles north of the US–Mexico border, Other TARGET/s condemns migrant detention, mass incarceration, and the juvenile justice system, by reaffirming a sense of shared humanity.
Graduate studies in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts train students to become cultural changemakers.
Construction of the 30-foot steel fence threatens the cultural heritage of the Tohono O’odham people, including burial grounds and a biosphere reserve.
Dustin Shomer, who is being charged with 17 counts of felony and eight counts of misdemeanor in Arizona, has crowdfunded over $3,000 in legal fees.
With Taliesin closing after 88 years in operation, architects are considering other models for educating young people in the field, as well as more sustainable ways to honor Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy.
Willem de Kooning’s “Woman–Ochre” was missing for over 30 years. Now recovered, it shows signs of mishandling and amateur restoration that are difficult to fix.
This week, artist studios in Arizona, British Columbia, Indiana, and Maine.
The documentary Bisbee ’17 deconstructs how we perform our idea of the past as it resurrects an unsavory episode in labor history.
For 18 years, three buckets of uranium ore sat in a museum storage area close to the galleries.
A church in Yuma, Arizona, is getting in trouble with the local city government because of an innovative way to reach out to the local population, an art wall. [Yuma Sun]
After a burst of national outrage over the Prescott School District’s request to “lighten” a mural with a large Latino figure, the School District announced at a pro-mural protest last Saturday that they are ok with the current image and they want the artists to return to the original vision for the mural.