Join an online, communal letter-writing session dedicated “to those who have transcended.”
Help Transcribe World War I Love Letters
On this Valentine’s Day, Europeana is launching a crowdsourcing project to transcribe the text of digitized World War I love letters.
Over 500 Artists and Art Professionals Sign Letter Opposing Trump’s Travel Ban
Trump’s Executive Order could impact the lives of millions of people around the world and the art community has something to say about it.
The 1940s Royal Academy President Who Considered Picasso “a Menace”
Sir Alfred Munnings, president of the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts in the 1940s, was famous for his masterful paintings of racehorses.
Over 1,200 Archaeologists and Museum Staff Condemn Destruction Wrought by Dakota Pipeline
In a letter released today, 1,281 archaeologists, museum directors and staff, anthropologists, and historians expressed their solidarity against the destruction at Standing Rock by the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Learning Little from John Cage’s Letters
Some of us didn’t need letters from him, because he trusted us to do what we did without requiring his instruction or encouragement.
Lucian Freud’s Silly and Suggestive Teenage Letters Go Up for Sale
Most of us would be embarrassed if private letters we’d written in the notorious naïveté of youth were read by strangers.