The acclaimed composer and noise artist talks to Hyperallergic about his Pulitzer Prize-winning composition “Voiceless Mass.”
Despite the fact that Lees works on paintings for as long as 30 years, they don’t appear overly precious. Instead, they seem human and vulnerable.
We spoke with three public school art teachers from the Movement of Rank-and-File Educators (MORE) on their efforts to reform New York’s largest teachers’ union.
Her short film Freshwater is now playing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
We spoke with workers at the International Documentary Association about their successful fight for a union.
Film programmer Inney Prakash talks to Hyperallergic about what it takes to start a new film festival solo during a pandemic.
Hyperallergic talks to director Sierra Pettengill about her documentary Riotsville, USA, which finds the roots of modern policing techniques in the 1960s
The founders of Museum Crisis Center discuss what they are doing to help museum staff and save Ukraine’s cultural heritage.
Charlie Shackleton talks to Hyperallergic about his performance piece As Mine Exactly and the challenges of virtual reality filmmaking.
Director Christine Turner explains to Hyperallergic how her documentary short interrogates the white gaze and seeks to reaffirm some ugly truths about the past.
In the wake of the film’s nomination for the Best Documentary Feature Oscar, Stanley Nelson and Traci Curry speak to Hyperallergic about the uprising’s ongoing relevance.
The collective wisdom that she acquired through the diasporic Black American experience of womanhood allowed her to recall her value and humanity, which she poured into her art.