After a Shaun Leonardo exhibition at moCa Cleveland was canceled, the museum issued an apology for its decision-making process. Activists and art workers in the Cleveland community, including Rice, have come forward as critics.
During Pandemic, Artist-Parents Reflect and Get Creative With Their Kids
Edgar Arceneaux, Shaun Leonardo, Mckendree Key, and other artists share the creative methods they are using to engage and educate their children.
Artist and Architecture Programs at the Guggenheim
This month, hear directly from architects and contemporary artists during programs that celebrate the Frank Lloyd Wright building anniversary and engage with exhibitions on view.
An Artist Works to Break Down the Walls Between a College and Its Community
What does it mean for an artist to be invited into an institution of higher learning to engage in conversations about safety, community, and change?
How the Museum Is Like a Prison
The Walls Turned Sideways exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston implicates the museum as existing in the same landscape of money and power as the prison.
Vanished Art Recalled and Reinterpreted
In this exhibition contemporary artworks are paired with works that have been destroyed or lost to the annals of art history.
The Unbridgeable Chasm Between the Bronx and the Police
“Is there a possibility for this community and police to restore a relationship?” Artist Shaun Leonardo asked three panelists at the Laundromat Project. The answer was a unequivocal no.
An Artist Teaches Us How to Breathe Under Duress
Last month, I participated in Shaun Leonardo’s “I Can’t Breathe,” a public, participatory workshop and performance that takes the form of a self-defense class.