Melvin Edwards, Maren Hassinger, and Alison Saar are among the artists kicking off the Destination Crenshaw initiative.
Through 20 billboards across North America, LANDBACK.Art Campaign asks: “What does land back mean to you?”
The Creative Economy Revitalization Act (CERA) proposes a $300 million federal grants and commissions program for art workers.
As funding organizations prioritize participatory public art processes and creative engagement, we might look George Rhoads’s corpus as an instigator of engagement.
Decades of entrenched art-world racism, gender bias, and resistance to overtly political displays in art have delayed a comprehensive treatment of Baca’s career until now.
Our approach as an organization with 25 years of experience in producing digital community arts has been to reverse the power relations.
The agency launched a comprehensive resource page for state and local health departments that want to partner with artists and arts organizations.
Mattingly’s public art project at Prospect Park aims to raise awareness about how to create more equitable and sustainable public water systems.
A Black-led, open-air mural festival lends visibility to the Black artists in this city.
The large murals by Palestinians and international artists depict the eyes of famous philosophers, activists, and artists.
The question we should be asking of the sculpture is not whether it is a great work of art but whether it’s effective at defining a legacy.
In Art Hiding in New York, you can explore the art all around a city that can’t seem to get enough of it.