70 of New York City arts organizations have called upon the City’s government to convene a symposium on how to better serve the city’s immigrant community now under siege by ICE and the Trump administration.
Following the news, the outspoken cartoonist and activist Sasha Matthews shared her comic with Hyperallergic.
What’s intentional and what’s unconscious in the Trump administration? No one knows.
A clandestine modification of a junk removal billboard and a nighttime projection of a political cartoon called out the president’s family separation policy.
President Trump’s new detention center for immigrant children in Texas houses 1,700 boys in a former Walmart and includes a mural featuring his image.
“We’re really here to point that out that this is not an appropriate use of American technology,” said a member of Artcolectivist, a binational group involved in the light graffiti-project.
On June 2, the museum in Long Beach is hosting a conversation focused specifically on artistic responses to immigration from Mexico and Latin America.
Art director Maddy Kramer’s site “The Most Beautiful Wall” is a digital structure 19,000 miles long that is showing work made by immigrant artists.
In the weeks since President Trump’s initial travel ban was put into effect and blocked, artists and writers entering the US have faced strenuous scrutiny from Customs and Border Patrol.
Over the weekend, Plastic Jesus affixed 50 signs to construction sites throughout the country that read, “Lot reserved for: Future Internment Camp.”
Artist Jenny Hung’s O1 magazine makes visible the labyrinthine and costly process of applying for an O-1 visa.
From tomorrow until Presidents’ Day, the Davis Museum at Wellesley is deinstalling or shrouding all of its art by immigrants as a statement against Trump’s travel ban.