The ART21/CUE Book Club returns on November 13, with video and performance artist Kalup Linzy guiding our conversation.
A new poem from acclaimed writer, vocalist, and sound artist LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs.
An eighth grade language arts class learns about personal and social responsibility through contemporary art.
Artist Carmen Papalia, who is legally blind, explores issues of public access through experiential projects with diverse audiences, from museum-goers to a high school marching band.
Carol Stakenas, a curator for Social Practices Art Network (SPAN), contemplates the concept of “together work,” and shares results from the SPAN Together Survey.
Today’s ART21 Exclusive follows artist Oliver Herring around Madison Square Park as he organizes his largest TASK Party to date.
Collaborations between artists and musicians have long blurred the line between performance and sculpture.
In a new ART21 New York Close Up film, artist Abigail DeVille stalks the streets of Harlem with a trash-laden push cart, creating temporary sculptural interventions along the way.
Mary Jane Jacob, director of the School of the Art Institute’s Sullivan Galleries, offers advice to artists who want to affect social change through their work.
From Omaha to New York City, artists and arts advocates are starting businesses in areas vulnerable to gentrification while preserving neighborhood cultures.
ART21 + CUE writing fellow Stephanie Barber on the work of Baltimore-based artist Dina Kelberman.
The “Publics” Issue kicks off with a roundup of videos from the ART21 archive.
In such a liminal arena as the freeway, what role can murals play?
Moyra Davey: Burn the Diaries, a book and exhibition, travel to the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.
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