Professor and Cherokee Nation citizen Joseph Pierce will lead the cross-departmental, interdisciplinary initiative at Stony Brook University.
On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a look at a new bill that aims to improve Native education in US public schools.
Several arts organizations have stopped requiring reference letters. More should follow suit.
Community members fear that the historic New York State Summer School of the Arts may soon be replaced with a less equitable grant program.
Olivia Chiang’s “Not Your Grandfather’s Art History: A BIPOC Reader” is a free online compilation of essays that explore lesser-told canons.
The state’s Department of Education is reportedly investigating a teacher who showed the cartoon Strange World (2022) to her fifth graders.
The Biden Administration’s plan to improve the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program may fall short for most working artists.
Materials from the poet’s personal library testify to lifelong engagement with the Black community.
A post-coronavirus art world that downsizes and shrinks can not be at the cost of artists and creatives of color.
No Pineapple Left Behind, from Subaltern Games, turns the controversial 2001 No Child Left Behind Act, which connected federal funding in American public schools to standardized test scores, into a bleak management game.
Last month, ART21 hosted an intricately interdisciplinary affair: Creative Chemistries: Radical Practices for Art + Education, a conference designed to probe the intersections of art and education.
Next month, educators at close to 100 schools across the country will pilot new national art standards for education.