This Week in Art 11.27-12.3: Theaster Gates Creates a Material Memorial for Tamir Rice
A look at this week’s art news, including Theaster Gates preserving the materials surrounding the 2014 shooting of Tamir Rice, and events and exhibitions from Los Angeles to Amsterdam.
Art21 News Roundup: Jordan Casteel Brings Extroversion into an Introverted Studio Practice
In November, Art21 premiered two new short films, published a new playlist on sketches, and launched a new magazine issue on “Empathy.”
This Week in Art 11.20-11.26: Diana Thater’s “Delphine” Will Open the ICA Watershed Next Summer
A look at this week’s art news, including Diana Thater’s work being selected for the inaugural exhibition at the ICA Watershed in East Boston, and events and exhibitions from Vancouver to Melbourne.
This Week in Art 11.6-11.12: Artists Fights Sexism and Harassment with #NotSurprised
A look at this week’s art news, including a new artist-led campaign fighting sexism and sexual harassment, and events and exhibitions from Montreal to Moscow.
Inventing the Future: Art and Technology
In the 1960s, artists and engineers collaborated to push both fields forward through the nonprofit Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.). Now, a partnership between Bell Labs and NEW INC is reinstating the program with an artist residency.
This Week in Art 10.23-10.29: New Graphic Novel Chronicles the Life of Graciela Iturbide
A look at this week’s art news, including a new graphic novel on Graciela Iturbide from the Getty, and events and exhibitions from San Francisco to Seoul.
The Digital Museum: A Conversation between Loic Tallon and Julia Kaganskiy (Part II)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s chief digital officer Loic Tallon and NEW INC director Julia Kaganskiy continue their discussion on the future of museums’ digital presence and influence.
The Digital Museum: A Conversation between Loic Tallon and Julia Kaganskiy (Part I)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s chief digital officer Loic Tallon sits down with NEW INC director Julia Kaganskiy to discuss the future of museums’ digital presence and influence.
Dematerializing the Memorial: An Interview with Maya Lin
Almost four decades after her design for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial brought her work to the national stage, Maya Lin is reinventing the memorial again through her environmental activist foundation, What is Missing.
Teaching with Contemporary Art
Teaching with Contemporary Art
Assessment as Dialogue: Shifting Power Dynamics in the Classroom
Educator-in-Residence Todd Elkin explains the origins of his experimental curriculum “Assessment as Dialogue,” which upends the traditional power dynamics in a classroom and asks students and teachers to collaborate on the most effective methods of learning.
This Week in Art 9.11-9.17: Cindy Sherman and Maya Lin Celebrated as TIME “Firsts”
A look at this week’s art news, including a special Time Magazine project honoring women, and events and exhibitions from Paris to Philadelphia.
This Week in Art 9.4-9.10: Women Artists Bring Protest Messages to Times Square
A look at this week’s art news, including a new public art commission for Times Square, and events and exhibitions from Los Angeles to London.