The Smithsonian Museum has commissioned a series of eight forward-looking shorts exploring social justice issues facing diverse communities across the U.S.
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New Smithsonian Film Project “Futures We Dream” To Showcase Uplifting Visions of Eight Communities Across the U.S.
Debuting this November in the Smithsonian’s groundbreaking ‘FUTURES’ exhibition at the historic Arts and Industries Building...
The Hunter’s Tale
The chasm between those who put credence in the American narrative of freedom and equality and those whose lived experiences prove the opposite to be true, is as old as this country’s founding.
NEA Offers Relief Funds to Help Arts and Culture Sector Recover from Pandemic
Doors Open for Applications for American Rescue Plan Funding
🎙️Your media arts & culture news 📷 ALLIANCE eBulletin May 2021
From the Executive Director The Alliance is a network of networks; we embolden creative media organizations + artists and connect them with the world. This...
What if we let archives die?
As an artist, archivist, and curator working primarily with performance, I imagine an archive as a living space that develops protocols for process and regeneration, allowing for flexible methods of creating meaning that include bodily knowledge and improvisation.
New Report Released on the Economic Impact of the Arts and Cultural Sector
Reposted from NEA Washington, DC—After more than a year enduring the pandemic, the arts and cultural industries remain among the hardest hit by the economic...
What Can Museums and Art Orgs Do to Counter Anti-Asian Hate?
by Hakim Bishari | republished from Hyperallergic In the wake of the horrific shootings in Atlanta, Georgia last week, which claimed the lives of eight...
How Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Echo Hollywood’s Failings
By Elaine Low, Rebecca Davis | Republished from Variety In trying to explain why 21-year-old Robert Aaron Long would walk into three Atlanta-area massage spas...