The COVID-19 pandemic may be an opportunity to look transparently at museum endowments and their limitations, and consider the need for alternative sources of support in the months to come.
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Vera List Center’s 2018 Forum Asks “If Art Is Politics”
The center’s inaugural forum will take place October 4-5 at the New School Tishman Auditorium.
Vera List Center Prize for Art and Politics Conference 2016–2018
The conference will survey the social justice practice of Maria Thereza Alves, Forensic Architecture, Gulf Labor, House of Natural Fibers (HONF), Isuma TV, and MadeYouLook.
Two Days of Activism, Blackness, and Visual Culture with Sondra Perry
The artist has collaborated with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School to organize two days of screenings and panels focused on investigating the intersections of black identities and activism in contemporary visual culture.
Why Lucy Lippard Never Gets Writer’s Block
A packed house received Lucy Lippard for a wry lecture about her life as an arts writer at the New School on Wednesday, October 30. Staff from the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, which co-sponsored the event, stood leaning against the wall. Students sat on the floor.
6 Arty Places to Watch Election Results in NYC Tonight
Sandy can’t stop the election! If you haven’t voted yet, you still have a few hours left before the deadline hits, and then it’ll be time for the next democratic sport — waiting for the results. Here are a few ways to experience the returns in an art-friendly way.