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Museum of Arts and Design
The Museum of Arts and Design Is Accepting Applications for Its 2021 Burke Prize
The Burke Prize awards $50,000 to an artist working in a world of expanded media. Entries are due by May 31, 2020.
Vera Neumann, the Artist Who Transformed Her Paintings Into Wearable Objects
“I’m an artist who prefers to paint things for people rather than for walls,” Neumann explained in 1971.
A Handwoven Tapestry Invites Interpretation Between the Threads
Victoria Manganiello and Julian Goldman’s “Computer 1.0” is an installation inspired by the Jacquard loom and computer programming.
Learn About the Impact of Punk on American Design
A group of punk experts will discuss the impact of punk graphic arts this Thursday at the Museum of Arts and Design.
The Global Culture of Punk On Screen
The series will feature seven films that center on the global influence of punk and will be held in conjunction with the exhibition Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986.
Artists Rethink the Tradition of Art as Resistance
At the Museum of Arts and Design, a group of artists come together to discuss the ways in which art can bring about social change.
Apply to the Artist Studios Program at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD)
Artists and designers in the six-month residency program receive studio space and a stipend. Applications are due October 15 for the February–July, 2019 session.
Tapestries that Mend the Divides Between Mexico and the US
Tanya Aguiñiga’s work results from a lifetime of creating textile pieces from broken and found threads.
Documenting Nameplate Necklaces from Around the World
“Documenting the Nameplate” presents unique nameplates from around the world as highly personal “coming-of-age items.”
Breaking Down Nightlife Aesthetics at the Museum of Arts and Design
An event on June 15 will explore how nightclubs have historically been home to “nonconformist communities” through the lens of design.
How the 1960s and ’70s Counterculture Queered Fashion
Counter-Couture at the Museum of Arts and Design offers a new way to think about the legacy of the counterculture movement.