The budget in the works by the Trump team allegedly calls for the complete elimination of the NEA and NEH, plus the privatization of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Artists Channel Lady Liberty in Signs, Costumes, and Torches for the Women’s Marches
We Make America, a group formed after the election, has been crafting art inspired by the Statue of Liberty for the January 21 marches in Washington and New York.
Art After Trump: An Alphabetical Arrangement
From aggregated apathy to zealous zombie.
Art After Trump: A Wish List
The art world is part of the actual world. Let’s imagine and reflect the society we want to live in.
Art After Trump: Turning to Women Authors
I revisited the books I read after the election and made a poem, or conversation, out of some of the things I underlined.
Art After Trump: Eschewing Empathy for Self-Care
As an artist, I want to invoke something you can imagine — or even better, have experienced — and then ask you to start applying that lived knowledge outwards.
Art After Trump: An Email Exchange with a Texas Elector
A liberal journalist briefly converses with a red-state elector.
Art After Trump, a Night of Creative Responses to the Election
On December 15, Hyperallergic will co-present a marathon night of readings and performances at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe.
Reconsidering the Aesthetics of Protest
Public witness can’t really be found in a shout or an insult. It can only be found when we witness an openness between people.
Modeling Artistic Resistance in the Era of Trump
We are artists not just by the objects we make, but by the communities we build, the work we advocate for, and the activism in which we participate.
Queens Residents Write to Donald Trump to Remind Him Where He Comes From
The Center for Artistic Activism organized a postcard campaign to remind the President-elect that he grew up in one of the most ethnically diverse places on Earth.
Mississippi Governor Decries Billboard by Artist-Led Super PAC
The For Freedoms artist-led super PAC is riling people in Mississippi with a billboard that combines Donald Trump’s campaign slogan with a Civil Rights-era photo.