The Orange Door offers women and nonbinary artists of color “micro-residencies” to recharge and take a break from it all.
Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States graces us with images of heavenly Mexican figures and tells stories of people crossing the border.
A photography exhibition on James Collins Johnson is part of a greater initiative at Princeton to investigate and give visibility to the university’s ties to slavery.
In a new paper, two economists argue that artists’ creative output suffers in the periods immediately following the death of a loved one.
Playing Soviet: The Visual Languages of Early Soviet Children’s Books, 1917-1953 is an online interactive from Princeton University exploring children’s books in the Soviet Union.
“I view Patin chiefly as an under appreciated pioneer in the field of women’s scholarship rather than just in art historical studies,” Nicola J. Shilliam, bibliographer at the library, told Hyperallergic.