This week, join an exciting range of artists, historians, and curators for conversations about art and culture — all from the very same couch where you’ve been falling asleep after one too many deep dives into conspiracy theories.
After CalArts announced a tuition hike in March, students have been participating in a much bigger conversation around the transparency and values of arts institutions.
In an attempt to involve more African language communities with the internet, two typeface designers discover the importance of community outreach in their work.
In honor of the republication of The Sweet Flypaper of Life, Cooper Union will host a panel discussion on their work.
Three Cooper Union alumni and three critics, including Hyperallergic Weekend editor John Yau, “discuss the state and shape of contemporary painting.”
The renowned font designer will be remembered in an online project created Cooper Union, his alma mater, highlighting various objects for a 100-day run.
Four years after voting to start charging its students tuition for the first time in its 150-year history, the administration of the beloved school is moving back toward offering free education.
Curator, theorist, and historian Ariella Azoulay questions the connections between the origins of modern art and the stolen artifacts lining the walls of European museums.
Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics illustrates not just the multiplicity of transgender identities but the many forms of expression those identities take.
They said it couldn’t be done, but today’s announcement by the Committee to Save Cooper Union (CSCU) suggests that the turmoil that has engulfed the beloved Manhattan university may be coming to an end.
On Wednesday evening, a day after five of his staunchest supporters on the Cooper Union’s board of trustees resigned, the college’s embattled president Jamshed Bharucha announced that he will resign at the end of June.
Last night five members of the Cooper Union’s board of trustees resigned: real estate mogul Mark Epstein (the board’s former chairman), Vassar College president Catharine Bond Hill, architects Daniel Libeskind and Francois de Menil (the board’s vice chairman), and investment banker Monica Vachher.