|Posts on Regator:||2013|
|Posts / Week:||5.7|
|Archived Since:||February 11, 2011|
In November, Art21 premiered two new short films, published a new playlist on sketches, and launched a new magazine issue on "Empathy."
A look at this week's art news, including Diana Thater being selected for the inaugural exhibition at the ICA Watershed in East Boston, and events and exhibitions from Vancouver to Melbourne.
A look at this week's art news, including the fourth iteration of Prospect New Orleans opening this week, and events and exhibitions from New York to Nice.
In October, Art21 released a new film on artist Jamian Juliano-Villani and celebrated a decade of filming with Julie Mehretu.
In September, Art21 released the a new "Extended Play" film documenting Julie Mehretu's monumental commission for the new SFMOMA.
Houston arts nonprofit Project Row Houses responds directly to the needs of the Third Ward community, offering both arts programming and access to social services, proving both can work hand-in-hand.
For her residency at Recess Assembly, artist Stephanie Dinkins is exploring if social robot BINA48 is capable of speaking from the perspective of a Black woman.
Curator Yvette Mutumba discusses how biased empathy can be problematic, but when understood as a means of inclusive human solidarity, empathy can lead to a greater understanding of the issues troubling the world today.
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.
Meet Art21 Educator Joseph Iacona, and learn how he incorporates contemporary art practices in classrooms with adjudicated youth and trauma-impacted teens in Philadelphia.
Two members of the artist collective BFAMFAPhD illustrate the ways in which teachers can facilitate spaces of learning and transformation.
A look at this week's art news, including the start of performance art festival Performa, and events and exhibitions from Houston to Athens.
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.
Educator-in-Residence Todd Elkin reflects on the ways in which his classroom embodies the concept of "scenius," in which creative inventions emerge from social contexts, as the students working near each other riff off one another's strategies and ideas.
Two members of the artist collective BFAMFAPhD discuss their book "Ways of Being," which investigates artists’ relationships to systems of production.
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 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 director of the Knight Foundation's Technology Innovation program, Chris Barr, shares the details of a new collaborative initiative between its arts and technology teams.
Analia Saban deconstructs materials and processes, turning art historical principles upside down to create work that re-emerges as a new triumphant whole.
A look at this week's art news, including Trevor Paglen being named a 2017 MacArthur Fellow, and events and exhibitions from Saudi Arabia to Seattle.