ICYMI: Water Bottles From Flint Repurposed to Create Chandeliers
More than 2,000 plastic containers were used for the latest art.
Trans Artists, Activists Visualize Liberation for Transgender Day of Remembrance
The Trans Day of Resilience project offers artists and partner organizations the opportunity to honor trans liberation in conjunction with the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
#TruthToPower: Be Inspired by This Confrontational Art From Banksy, Shepard Fairey
Check out images from a pop-up exhibit mounted during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Ta-Nehisi Coates, Sonia Sanchez and Toni Morrison Talk Dangers of Art
The three acclaimed writers sat down for a public conversation at New York City’s Ambassador Theatre.
Filmmakers Crowdfund to Support Documentary About Native Hawaiian Street Artists
“Mele Murals” investigates how young Native Hawaiian artists use graffiti and murals to assert their identity.
'Hamilton,' Police Shooting Database Net Pulitzer Prizes
This year marks the award program’s 100th anniversary.
#FundraiserFriday: Leading DJs Create 'Dust + Dignity,' an Exhibit of More Than 100 Powerful Album Covers
Rich Medina and King Britt are among those involved in the project.
Activists Restore Sandra Bland Mural in Ottawa Defaced With ‘All Lives Matter’
The sanctioned graffiti space on which the mural appears is now contested territory.
Mother's Day Cards for Mamas of All Kinds
Re-interpreting a heteronormative holiday to pay tribute to mamas of all kinds.
Art Institute of Chicago Celebrates the 1960s 'Wall of Respect' Mural
A tribute to black history finally gets its own tribute.
Two Black Dancers Lead in D.C. Production of 'Swan Lake'
The ballet world takes a jeté jump into the 21st century.
Portrait Series "Indivisible" Explores Multiracial Identities
Korean and black artist Samantha Wall creates a portrait project to convey what words cannot about racial identity.
Sotheby's Collabs With Drake on Black Art Exhibition
Drake to curate Sotheby’s tracklist.
The Art of Masculinity
In two new shows, the artists Kehinde Wiley and Alex Donis lift up–and sometimes subvert–ideas of black and brown manhood.
One Image Captures Loss in the Muslim Student Killings
Mohammad Alsalti says he created the image instinctively.
'Stop Telling Women to Smile' Art Goes to Mexico City
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh takes on street harassment in Mexico’s biggest city.
San Francisco Muralists Sue Realtor For Using Art to Sell Luxury Condos
The lawsuit was filed this week in federal court.
New York City Mural Honors Mothers Who Lost Sons to Police Violence
Sophia Dawson wants to bring an end to police brutality.
Racial Diversity Among America's Working Artists Virtually Non-Existent
It’s hard to make a living off of your art, but that’s especially true for artists of color.
Beyond Frida Kahlo: Latin American Art in the U.S. (Listen)
Daniel Alarcón talked with art critic Carolina Miranda for Radio Ambulante about the dilemma’s facing Latino artists in the United States