On Friday, July 30, the artist will unveil their work outside form & concept and Zane Bennett Contemporary Art galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
On an episode of The Path Forward, panelists from the school’s conference series on anti-racism explore how art and design organizations can become more equitable and inclusive.
Tickets are currently available for this virtual symposium co-organized by the Center for Craft and Warren Wilson College.
Land Art: Past, Present, Futures brings the genre’s early innovators together with contemporary artists, scholars, and activists exploring “what’s next?”
COLLECT is a unique opportunity to discover emerging artists, view new work by established artists, and build art collections — all without leaving home.
This short film celebrating the diverse cultural connections of Santa Fe will premiere in a virtual event with renowned dancers Jock Soto and Harrison Coll.
Organizers and participants in the Art & Society Census will discuss the project’s results and the changes the public wants in US arts and culture.
The nonprofit organization salutes 25 years of craft through special events and a new national membership program.
On Friday, May 28, join The Courtauld Institute of Art for a free online conference on the expansive and unorthodox work of Jay DeFeo.
This week-long event series looks at transformative work happening at the intersection of arts, community-based cultural practice, and environmental justice.
Five remarkable graffiti artists discuss their individual and communal art practices in this event highlighting a multi-vocal “master-piece” artists’ book.
The university’s Artists on the Future series pairs renowned artists with cultural thought leaders. This virtual event is free and open to the public.