The grants will provide $450,000 for six new commissions across disciplines by artists of color working with cultural organizations in the Great Lakes.
The Nevada Museum of Art in Reno welcomes guests to learn about “The Architect to the Stars” through captivating black and white photography. On view through October 2.
Opening in Washington, DC, on August 6, Living in Two Times features works by two of the most influential figures in the development of late 20th-century photography in Iran.
Summer graduates of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design showcase their fine arts theses on campus and at the MassArt x SoWa Gallery, with in-person and virtual events and artist talks.
Opportunities for scholars include a professional development program with the peer-reviewed journal American Art as well as residential fellowships at SAAM and its Renwick Gallery.
Outro: World-Building Within and Outside the Studio at the SVA Chelsea Gallery features new work by 26 recent graduates, on view through August 15.
The German artist’s work is exceptionally relevant today, embracing topics such as gender, queer identity, and the search for a safe, welcoming haven.
Alyssa Alikpala, Erika DeFreitas, Rihab Essayh, Eve Tagny, and Alize Zorlutuna consider entanglements of bereavement, spirit, and love in this Toronto exhibition.
The American Minimalist artist’s words have captivated readers since the first volume, Daybook, was published in 1982.
Platform’s special anniversary capsule includes 40 new artworks from the best-selling artists of the site’s first year.
This destination for modern and contemporary art showcases the vibrant arts community of the Pacific Northwest alongside galleries from around the world, open July 21 through 24.
Part of a media project by Dr. Imani M. Cheers, Framing Fatherhood is on view at the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design in DC through July 31.