Join the New York Historical Society on Friday, January 13 at 1:00 PM ET to Viewing accesses, outliers, and failuresThis free virtual event focuses on curatorial work and provides insight into current languages, methodologies, and narratives of obstacles and exhibit making.
- Keynote Moderator: Catherine Morris
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, Senior Curator
- Lynn Cook
Senior Curator, Contemporary Art Special Projects, National Gallery
- Matthew Higgs
White Columns Director/Chief Curator
- park macarthur
Registration is required to receive the link. To participate in this free discussion, please visit nyhistory.org.
Since its founding in 1982, the Henry Roos Foundation’s American Art Program has supported a wide range of collection projects and exhibitions in museums in all 50 states. To mark the program’s 40th anniversary, the foundation hosted a year-long series of virtual conversations moderated by past and present leaders in the field and Ruth’s grantees.
Intentionally forward-looking, not retrospective Conversations on American Art and Museums by the Henry Rouse Foundation Explore what the best future for American art and museums might look like. Participants will learn about the role of visual arts in an open and equitable society and the museum’s ability to challenge accepted histories, raise underrepresented voices, and host the important conversations we need to engage with. explore.
View the full schedule of upcoming programs.
Funding and competitive scholarships are available for the MA/PhD in Art History and Criticism and the MFA in Studio Art.
This week, the National Library of France gets an upgrade, where you’ll find capitol slaves, the beauty of MetroCards, a killer headset, a disgusted librarian, and more.
The toilet in question is a former Victorian washroom that could become one of the National Portrait Gallery’s new exhibition spaces.
Hear directly from Native American photographers who are defining what it means to be an Indigenous people today. Join the program in New York or online.
Mace-Hopkins, who died at the age of 24 while an artist in Scotland, was my partner and collaborator.
What makes Siobhan McBride’s entire body of work interesting is her concern with the ambiguity, suggestibility, and elusiveness of everyday life.
Curatorial roundtables will be held online once a week through April. Don’t miss the special lecture by artist and theoretician Hito Styar on January 18th.
During the Category 4 storms that hit Florida last September, multiple cultural heritage sites of the Calusa Indians were affected.
The Hayward Gallery’s Strange Clay showcases conceptual and technical innovations in contemporary ceramics in utterly delightful art.
Following the conclusion of the exhibition honoring the lives of Black and Brown who were murdered by police, the Brooklyn art space will host a series of performances and community programs.
Robert Eckhart, who headed the Lutz Children’s Museum in Connecticut, was sentenced to 66 months in prison.
Instead of apologizing, the artist mocked the Chinese students who protested the work.