The museum shuttered for an hour on Saturday after a man was shot nearby, one of several recent incidents in the city involving an unlawful weapon.
“NRA Children’s Museum” Visits Ted Cruz’s House to Protest Gun Violence
It was a mile-long convoy of empty buses with over 4,000 vacant seats representing the number of young people killed by guns in the US.
Google Doodle Shares Artwork by 10-Year-Old Uvalde Shooting Victim
“I want people to be happy when they see my passion in art,” wrote Alithia Ramirez, one of 19 children killed in the Texas mass shooting.
The Curator Archiving Gun Violence Through Art
Seven years after Susanne Slavick’s exhibition Unloaded, the curator continues to update a Facebook page dedicated to artworks and texts that examine the impact and proliferation of firearms.
Museum Hosts Community Iron Pour for People Affected by Gun Violence
Participants created artworks that will be exhibited at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.
Through Art, Texans Memorialize Victims of Uvalde Shooting
From murals to a front-yard installation featuring rows of backpacks, the community is channeling its grief and rage at gun control inaction.
Who’s Getting Rich Off of Kids Getting Killed?
Todd Chandler’s documentary Bulletproof looks at the many people monetizing the societal rot of school shootings.
The Bizarre World of US Gun Violence, Seen Through Documentaries
Watching from Chile, these films feel not like documents of the US’s present but a premonition of the future here.
In Response to Rampant Mass Shootings, Artists Offer a Visceral Reality
A show of new works at SPACES asked six artists to research and interpret key concepts connected with gun violence.
Hito Steyerl’s Indictment of the Park Avenue Armory’s Ties to Gun Violence Misses Its Mark
An oracle of our end times, Steyerl is a crucial voice in a chorus of culture critics seeking to understand contemporary culture, but does her new installation on gun violence misfire?
A 24-Hour Performance Addressing Gun Violence in the US
Artists will address the ways in which gun culture is embedded into US history through music, dance, theater, comedy, and more.
Visiting the NRA’s National Firearms Museum in the Wake of the Parkland Shooting
While most US art and history museums have shied away from addressing gun violence and gun control, one institution has remained assertively pro-firearms.