Creative types are an untapped group of exciting potential political candidates who are equipped with the lived and professional experience that would benefit public service and policy.
Artists, designers, filmmakers, writers, and the organizations that serve them have a unique power to craft and circulate art and stories that illustrate what is at stake.
At MoMA, For Freedoms invites guests to contribute to a mural while jazz ensemble Onyx Collective moves through the galleries.
Into Action is a nine-day long pop-up exhibition that aims to reinforce the connection between art and social justice, activism, and cultural resistance.
Happening on March 1 at Aperture, the Visual Resistance Community Action Forum is open to anyone looking to fight oppression in creative ways.
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.
For one week, the monumental flag bearing the text, “A MAN WAS LYNCHED BY POLICE YESTERDAY” flew outside Jack Shainman Gallery’s West 20th location as Dread Scott’s unfortunate update to the nearly identical one the NAACP once flew outside its Manhattan headquarters.