Memes depicting a sinister, all-powerful Joe Biden alter ego are sweeping the internet, and the Democratic establishment is loving it.
Trump’s constrictive policy required that art in federal spaces “illustrate the ideals upon which our nation was founded” and excluded artists working in abstract styles.
The UNESCO World Heritage site, a major center of ancestral Puebloan culture, has been threatened by oil and gas developments in the region.
The president also revoked his predecessor’s authorization of harsh prison sentences for those who vandalize monuments.
The bill exceeds the respective $75 million allocated to the NEA and NEH in the Trump administration’s 2020 CARES Act.
Trump’s executive order mandated that “classical architecture shall be the preferred and default architecture for Federal public buildings.”
Gorman, the youngest poet to ever perform at a US presidential inauguration, moved audiences across the nation with her perspective on a country “striving to forge a union with purpose.”
Susan Allan Block called for “no peace” and “no concession,” called Kamala Harris a “whore,” and labeled Joe Biden an “illegitimate president” in controversial social media posts.
A new video advertisement from the president-elect references O’Grady’s 1983 performance “Art Is…”
For Election Day, Hyperallergic asked a number of cultural workers to reflect on this year’s critical election.
The Democratic presidential nominees commissioned eight Black artists to create murals in their communities that urge participation in the upcoming election.
Hyperallergic looked at the Democratic candidates’ track record in the cultural sector, from legislative achievements to museum affiliations and personal support of the arts.