Elsa María Meléndez takes on historical narratives that have perpetuated the disempowerment and marginalization of Puerto Rican women.
Daytona State College abruptly withdrew a show of Jon Henry’s photographs depicting Black mothers, citing HVAC issues. Others say that wasn’t the real reason.
Participants in a 12-day workshop led by photographers Yumi Goto and Paola Jiménez Quispe explored the medium as a conduit for memory and self-discovery.
The vote will temporarily protect the archeological site from further demolition by Related Group, founded by museum namesake Jorge Pérez.
In Opa-locka, Florida, an exhibition of Withers’s civil rights images demonstrates that the Black history the state is trying to erase is indisputable and factual.
It’s the second time Derek Alan Modrok damages a public artwork, reportedly motivated by his dislike of Wilton Manors’s late mayor.
The state’s Department of Education is reportedly investigating a teacher who showed the cartoon Strange World (2022) to her fifth graders.
As the threat of legislation banning critical race and queer theory looms, students and faculty at Florida International University are making their voices heard.
The new bill would allow civilians to sue for three times the cost of the statue’s repair or replacement and limit the addition of contextualizing material like plaques.
The University of Florida’s off-campus art gallery was vandalized after the school asked its curator to take down banners criticizing the local police department.
“Give Them Their Flowers” pays homage to Miami’s Black queer history by merging historical research, archival imagery, artifacts, and oral histories.
The unnamed woman lost control of the vehicle and plowed it through the backyard of collectors Steven and Lisa Tanenbaum’s property in Palm Beach, Florida.