A monumental sculpture of a meditating woman produced for Valencia’s Fallas festival was partially incinerated even after the event was canceled.
Artist and data journalist Mona Chalabi creates engaging illustrations on Instagram about staying safe during the pandemic.
As galleries transfer programming online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve noted exhibitions worth checking out.
“If no action is taken, these businesses will not survive and many artists and art workers will be left without a system of support,” explains the petition spearheaded by New Dealers Alliance (NADA).
Part-time and freelance cultural workers are asking themselves the same question: will we be paid?
“Nationwide, our museums are losing at least $33 million a day due to closures as a result of COVID-19,” explains a letter to House and Senate Leaders by museum association leaders.
Since 2016, the New York Academy of Medicine invited libraries, archives, and cultural institutions to provide free coloring pages based on their collections.
NYPL has made several of its most popular research databases, previously only available for use at its 92 locations, accessible to all library cardholders remotely during its closure.
The Kinkade Family Foundation grants will award up to $5,000 for “unexpected emergencies related to the COVID-19 epidemic.”
Images from the city show lucid canals and the unprecedented return of wildlife to the city’s waters as gondola traffic has been brought to a halt.
Hyperallergic staff are all working from home these days and we thought we’d share what we’ve been reading in our private moments offline.
As we individually scramble to stock our pantries and secure our loved ones, we are also figuring out how on earth to switch our hands-on teaching of studio-based art to virtual platforms.