At the New York Historical Society, Hope Wanted: New York City Under Quarantine points to both the grave challenges faced by New Yorkers, and their strength.
Every Wednesday since June 17, the Queens Museum has hosted a food pantry designed to serve 1,000 families weekly, distributing a week’s worth of fresh and nonperishable food items.
A writer reflects on Giotto, St. Francis, and what it means to have faith amid a pandemic.
After making YouTube art tutorials for five years, Jescia Hopper is now streaming live “Quarantine Editions” of her tutorials, making paintings with materials like instant coffee and ketchup.
The Getty, Metropolitan Museum, and Rijksmuseum have challenged their followers to creatively recreate famous works in their collections.
While leading museum associations petitioned Congress for $4 billion to buoy nonprofit museums, today Trump signed the controversial stimulus bill, promising the NEA and NEH a respective $75 million.
Students at some of the most renowned art universities in the country, including the Rhode Island School of Design, Yale, and NYU Tisch, are sounding alarm bells about their schools’ handling of the COVID-19 crisis.
From individual artists to museums and fashion houses, art workers are stepping up to help out the US’s overwhelmed medical workers.
Freelance workers are asking to be paid for work scheduled prior to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Faced with adversity, I have learned to keep moving forward. As an Iranian-American, having interruptions to my education has been more the norm than the exception.
Thousands have signed the museum’s petition asking Congress to dedicate part of its potential $2 trillion stimulus package to museums.
A monumental sculpture of a meditating woman produced for Valencia’s Fallas festival was partially incinerated even after the event was canceled.