“LEONARDO da VINCI,’ a new, two-part, four-hour documentary directed by Ken Burns, will air November 18 and 19, 2024, on PBS.
The VMFA will temporary loan the sculpture ‘Chief’s or Diviner’s Figure Representing the Belgian Colonial Officer Maximilien Balot’ for an exhibition in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Norton Museum of Art has reunited two portraits by John Singer Sargent one century after they were last displayed together.
Committed to preserving the legacy of Woodstock, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts will take its Oral History Initiative across the country.
The High Line has installed two vibrant works by Derrick Adams now on view on the High Line – Moynihan Connector Billboard.
For 2024, A.E. Backus Museum’s annual series of special exhibitions celebrating the Florida Highwaymen traces its beginnings in Fort Pierce.
The Discover Fort Mose Jazz and Blues Series runs on Florida’s Historic Coast for two weekends of music, community, and history.
The Toledo Museum of Art will bring to light Caravaggio’s far-reaching impact with a new exhibition on view January 20 through April 14, 2024.
The Fenimore Art Museum (Cooperstown, NY) will present three virtual tours focusing on the museum’s renowned collections.
The Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts will open a new exhibition in 2024 focused on the works of Andy Warhol.
As the U.S. copes with the impacts of rapid climate change, African American museums straddling the coast face an uncertain future.