This weekend, 15 artists set up easels and art equipment in downtown Portland, Oregon for a live painting action called the “Wall of Artists.”
Artist Marc Quinn covertly installed a sculpture of activist Jen Reid in place of a bronze of Edward Colston toppled by protesters in Bristol last month.
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“Once we remove the remaining monuments, we can officially say that we were the former capital of the confederacy,” said Stoney in today’s briefing.
After flying for 126 years, the flag will go on display at the Museum of Mississippi History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.
The group Artists for Workers has created a website replicating that of the museum, but instead provides resources for anti-racist organizing.
@ChangeTheMuseum is posting “stories of unchecked racism” that speak to the discriminatory practices plaguing cultural institutions.
Bruguera was arrested in her home under pretenses of “pandemic contagion,” preventing her from attending a demonstration against the killing of Hansel Ernesto Hernández Galiano.
After the White House installed a controversial metal fence around its perimeter, Black Lives Matter protestors transformed the fence into a messaging board and a spontaneous art show.
Alumni, students, and members of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts community, including Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Didier William, have signed letters of concern condemning the college’s non-affiliation policies.
A new mural stretching 565 feet in Bed-Stuy memorializes over 150 victims of fatal anti-Black violence, including Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.
For every monument that has been removed, 10 others remain nationally, according to a study conducted by the data analysis company BeenVerified.