Material from the 1800s through contemporary times includes art by Tom of Finland, Gerda Wegener, and JEB, as well as works of lesbian pulp fiction and more, all available on August 19.
Online fall programs, offered in both live and asynchronous formats, include classes for adults, teens, and high school students.
The Brooklyn-based painter and conceptual sculptor is debuting new work at his first independent solo presentation in New York City.
On Friday, July 30, the artist will unveil their work outside form & concept and Zane Bennett Contemporary Art galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Graduate students collaborate with Visiting Artists Rebecca Pappas, Jim Walker, and others on weekend practicums for concentrated work in social practice and placemaking.
Eight contributing writers explore themes of kinship, nostalgia, and intimacy in a new catalogue that reveals the process behind Chase’s first solo show at The Fabric Workshop and Museum.
Courses in a wide variety of media are open for enrollment at Pratt Institute’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS).
On an episode of The Path Forward, panelists from the school’s conference series on anti-racism explore how art and design organizations can become more equitable and inclusive.
@busch_hall provides a virtual space to reimagine German art and identity through the lens of Harvard’s Busch-Reisinger Museum, which has been reinventing itself since 1903.
Santa Fe art organizations Vital Spaces, MAIDA, and Warehouse 21 collaborated on this interactive experience highlighting connections between local artists.
The new exhibition Wayne Thiebaud Influencer: A New Generation celebrates the UC Davis professor’s legacy at work today.
Tickets are currently available for this virtual symposium co-organized by the Center for Craft and Warren Wilson College.