Snuggle up (with a member of your household) on the museum’s steps and catch works by artists including Howardena Pindell, Jeffrey Gibson, and Adama Delphine Fawundu.
The exhibition gathers a whopping 800 artworks and focuses on the deep influence of music on the popular Japanese artist.
This year’s Vera List Center Forum will turn attention to the systems, structures, and language that undergird every aspect of our lives.
Home Truths, a new online screening series from Anthology Film Archives, acts as a resource for community information and solidarity.
An exhibition in the Bronx shines a light on Running for Ayotzinapa 43, a group calling for justice for the 43 young Mexican students kidnapped in 2014.
An exhibition of student and faculty posters from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) sparks a larger conversation around inclusion and representation in design.
The Other Places Art Fair has promised to offer more than “online viewing rooms.”
The Black Women’s Film Conference is showcasing films about Black coming of age and transcendence, and is hosting a series of conversations between filmmakers, scholars, and curators.
With Art is Easy, the artist and comedian invites viewers to tune in for a mix of cathartic comedy and Photoshop draw-alongs, aimed at making the shit show we’re all currently waist-deep in feel just a bit more bearable.
The inclusive art event accepts all projects submitted — this year, it is presenting around 75 artists, collectives, curators, and organizations.
Ahead of a screening and conversation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Fox Maxy shares a few thoughts on filmmaking.
The National Museum of the American Indian will be hosting two screenings of the documentary More Than a Word alongside a conversation with activist Amanda Blackhorse, who took pro football to court.