The New Bauhaus traces the artist’s journey from joining the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany to founding the New Bauhaus in Chicago.
This Thursday, November 19, esparza will deliver a special lecture at the Hammer Museum.
As part of her apexart exhibition, artist, activist, and curator Betty Yu will lead a discussion of works offering brilliant, accessible rebuttals to narratives of gentrification as positive or even unavoidable.
A self-avowed pleasure activist, writer and professor Sami Schalk is building a project that revels in taking simple yet transformative steps towards feeling good, while rejecting ableist frameworks.
At the Art & Craft Fair, visitors can peruse and purchase a wide array of handcrafted jewelry, ceramics, fiber arts, tableware, paintings, and more.
The online edition of DOC NYC presents the highlights of 2020’s nonfiction cinema.
As part of Cyber Healing, artist Moréna Espiritual will be leading a dance workshop designed to “combat the erasure of Black history within Latinx culture.”
The Social Public Art Resource Center is inviting the public to send photos of their loved ones to be included in an altar and virtual “Calling of the Spirits” ritual.
The San Diego Asian Film Festival has the strongest online festival program yet.
Gabrielle Civil, mayfield brooks, and Jasmine Nyende respond to Nikita Gale’s installation PRIVATE DANCER at the California African American Museum.
An event hosted by the Fowler Museum considers how museums “can be advocates for those in prison.”
Metrograph is hosting We the People: Shoestrings of Democracy, about the most basic element of democracy.