Virtual programs explore how craft can cultivate strength and sustainability in individuals, spaces, and communities under adverse conditions.
The biennial Concurso de Arte Eduardo León Jimenes has taken place in the Dominican Republic since 1964. Check out a tour of the 28th edition.
The March 3 event is a collaboration between the MassArt Art Museum and the college’s Office of Justice, Equity, and Transformation.
Healing, Knowing, Seeing the Body and The Aorta of an Archivist explore our understanding of the human body and related themes of health, care, and connection.
From March 1 to 21, watch online screenings hosted by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and attend weekly conversations with the artists and museum curators.
This program aims to supply students with the tools to become engaging and effective community leaders that harness artistic practice to improve lives in their local communities.
Naturally Hypernatural: Visions of Nature is an interdisciplinary conference investigating the fluctuating “essences” of “nature” and the “natural” in the 21st century.
Each winter season, Key West, Florida, hosts a temporary outdoor sculpture exhibit in its historic forts and beaches. Now in its eighteenth year, Sculpture Key West offers an extraordinary platform for emerging and established artists to showcase their work.
General Assembly, an educational institution that transforms thinkers into creators, is offering the chance to win a trip for you and your friends to attend the 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, TX.
Klein Artist Works is an online course which demystifies the art world and equips visual artists with the practical tools needed to pursue and achieve successful art careers.
Andrea Mary Marshall’s newest work explores iconography, identity, and the binary self by targeting two iconic figures from Japan and the United States: the Geisha, an apogee of femininity and beauty, as well as artistry and skill, and the rock ‘n’ roll icon Elvis, the embodiment of rebel-cool and individualistic freedom.
In this live fan painting performance, Marshall will explore both Elvis and the Geisha, drawing on a variety of art historical references — from Warhol’s repeating Elvis to Pollock’s drip paintings to the grunge vibe of 80s Soho. The performance, entitled “King” in homage to Elvis, will see the artist personifying both the king of rock ‘n’ roll and the Geisha, the two characters central to her new body of work in SACRED/ICONIC.