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Post-COVID, How Will Architects Design Museums and Public Spaces?
Four globally recognized architects and three major national museum directors will convene a conversation, on Zoom, on June 4 at 7pm.
Can Art Drive Change on Climate Change? Ask Alexis Rockman
Come to the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, for an evening with artist Alexis Rockman and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Abel of the Boston Globe.
Filmmaker Olympia Stone Receives Bruce Museum Retrospective
"Rewind/Fast-Forward: Celebrating the Artist Documentaries of Olympia Stone" is set for Nov. 7 at 7pm.
Cancel Culture: Biting the Hand Feeding Arts Nonprofits?
If we're to subject arts philanthropists to sniff tests, let's be consistent about it.
The Canon Explodes: The Museum World Aims for Diversity
"We have to move from tokenism to transformation..." For the future-forward American museum, that process appears to be underway.
Leonardo da Vinci: After 500 Years, Still a Man in Full
For the quincentenary of his 1519 death, a dazzling display of exhibitions and new books honor the master's capacious vision.
Notes on ‘Notes on Camp’
High, low, Beau and no: more thoughts on the Met gala's camp-y hits and misses.
Latinx Artists Probe Sci-Fi in ‘Mundos Alternos’
Artists from across the Americas playfully show that science fiction has always been a metaphor for addressing complex political and social realities.
Gainsborough Family Album: A New Look at an Old Master
At Princeton, new insights into subtly political portraits of Gainsborough family members.
Two Cities Getting Arts and Culture Right: Kansas City
This red-state city in the heartland offers best practices and innovation in arts and culture.
At Driehaus Museum, Yinka Shonibare Fabricates Post-Colonial Identity
The artist takes over a lavish Chicago mansion, for a contemporary twist on Gilded Age excess.
Sackler, Altria, MacArthur: Ethical Quicksand in Big Philanthropy
Is our collective conscience bothered before we accept the gift or after the public outcry?
Nari Ward Uses Found Materials to Ground His Work in Community
The Harlem artist transforms items from his local community into profound and evocative artworks that keep their origins visible.
Five Reasons We Should Pay Attention to Egypt
A certain country has a lot to teach us about #NotMyPresident, blackface, revolution and mummies.
Bringing Home the World: The Daguerreotypes of Girault de Prangey
Gorgeous, detailed daguerreotypes of Mediterranean architecture from a previously unknown pioneer of early photography.
Now On Deck: The Jackie Robinson Museum
Illuminating the life and character of a legend who opened many doors for people of color.
Jack Whitten’s Sculptures Are a Revelation
At the Met Breuer, he remixes materials and cultural influences into a gorgeous, very personal body of work.
We Need a Little Yiddish, Right This Very Minute
As a smash hit, all-Yiddish "Fiddler" preps to move Off-Broadway, the American theater's most unlikely CEO seizes a new tradition.
Impressionist Berthe Morisot Finally Gets Her Day
Recentering an intrepid Impressionist as equal to Monet and Renoir.
Offbeat ‘Orphan’ Films Flicker Across NYC Cinemas
Preservationists, archivists, curators, scholars and collectors celebrate the unclaimed and the curious.