Edelheit, whose painting “Tattooed Lady” is featured in the exhibition New York: 1962–1964, will discuss her life, work, and artistic vision at this in-person event in NYC.
With 10 core faculty members committed to a small cohort of up to 10 candidates, this program in Indianapolis fosters close mentorship and a strong sense of community.
With field-based residency sites across the Americas and generous scholarship support, students can live anywhere in the world while working on their degrees.
Dudamel brings Wagner’s tale of star-crossed lovers to Walt Disney Concert Hall. Directed by Peter Sellars with video by Bill Viola.
The New York City institution has trained curators, researchers, educators, and museum and arts professionals for over 25 years.
The ideal candidate will be a painter engaged with contemporary issues who can develop a vision and set the future direction of this program at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
The latest ACA Cinema Project series spotlights contemporary female directors, producers, cinematographers, and screenwriters from Japan alongside a classics film selection.
The EGS is offering 10-week “deep dives” into core thinkers who have shaped modern thought. Join our accomplished professors and a unique community for searching encounters with seminal texts.
Gwladys Gambie, Rebecca D. Henry, Jérémie Priam, Tabita Rezaire, and Modou Dieng Yacine partake in the first iteration of this exhibition in Lafayette, Louisiana.
The Brooklyn art organization’s new digital print format enables the production of images up to 10 feet wide and 100 feet long on a wide variety of media.
Russel Albert Daniels, Tailyr Irvine, and Donovan Quintero provide insights into contemporary Native life in this New York City exhibition.
Proceeds from the art auction and benefit party will provide critical support for student scholarships.