The People’s Cultural Plan shares a list of demands in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including housing as a human right and free public education.
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.
If you’re feeling hungry for art while you’re stranded at home, here are our 12 selections out of 2,500 world-class museums and galleries that are now offering virtual tours and online collections.
For those who want to go down the rabbit hole of this genre, here are some topical movies to stream while quarantined.
With the hashtag #MuseumMomentofZen, museums bring a little peace to your timeline with calming artworks.
In a quickly growing collaborative spreadsheet, exhibitors share what they planned to show this year, along with detailed descriptions, prices, and links to purchase.
Starting tomorrow, March 13, the museum’s three locations will shutter.
To help meet its growing needs in the face of COVID-19, celebrated author and Seattle native Ijeoma Oluo has launched a relief fund for her city’s art community.
For those of us sick of singing happy birthday to fend off the coronavirus, the internet has provided a new meme to help you time your hygiene habits.
As international governments take increased precautions to limit the spread of the coronavirus, museums, fairs, and festivals are facing closures and delays.
New York dealer Raquelle Azran told artist An Nguyen that their presence “would unfortunately create hesitation on the part of the audience to enter the exhibition space.”