A sign remembering Till, defaced with bullets, will be displayed across from the Star-Spangled Banner.
Scholars who are producing research on US-American art history and related visual culture topics have until September 15 to apply for Toward Equity in Publishing.
The American Art Museum purchased a collection of early American photographs spanning the 1840s to the mid-1920s.
Smithsonians’ Museum Day returns after pandemic’s forced hiatus, and hundreds of museums in every state will be participating.
The two objects will again be utilized in Siksika ceremonies.
Fans of the cult series will be able to view the “X-wing Starfighter” at the DC institution.
Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald’s iconic portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama will travel to five cities across the US from June 2021 through May 2022.
Photojournalist Donovan Quintero’s photo essay is the third installment in the online exhibition series Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field.
More than 17,000 items make up this collection of photographs, writings, correspondence, and biographical material from 1933 throughout the artist’s life.
Presented as part of the American Women’s History Initiative, On Black Interiority will take place on May 6 at 5:30pm.
The online festival explores sustainability and innovation in Indigenous agriculture with Native American films, business representatives, and youth leaders.
“Margaret Salmon: On Motherhood and the Everyday” will take place on April 1 at 5pm.