In Messages for the City: Dreaming Forward, eight artists reflect on our collective futures.
Falon Mihalic’s ‘Meander,’ a series of raised cast-concrete troughs filled with glossy pigmented resin, mimics Buffalo Bayou’s physical form and route, giving park visitors a new view of the familiar body of water.
Part of the Downtown Barrie Mural Project, these installations make up “Words and Images: Responding to this Place,” a project made by local artists for locals.
Bradley Theodore has recently partnered with The LEGO Group to unveil the latest Fulton Market mural in Chicago using thousands of LEGO DOTS pieces.
As part of the City of Santa Monica’s Economic Recovery Task Force, Cultural Affairs has launched a new Art of Recovery initiative to harness the power of the arts in the City’s economic, community, and health recovery efforts.
Pearlie Harris was a pioneer in the state’s school system, serving as the only Black teacher at an all-white school, except for one Black child, until the county formally integrated in 1970.
Chicago-based artist Ayanah Moor asks audiences to question our personal and national progress, intentions and methods of change surrounding issues of equity and inclusion.
Change.org has revealed three specially-commissioned art pieces to visually reflect the nearly 20 million signer milestone of the ‘Justice for George Floyd’ petition.
In partnership with artists and the Wexner Center for the Arts, Art for Action features original works by Jenny Holzer, Carrie Mae Weems, Jeffrey Gibson, and Tomashi Jackson, among others.
The absence gives Nari Ward’s work a post-apocalyptic feel. His installations ache for humans.