The two day conference “What Now? Collaboration and Collectivity” at The New School attempted to tackle dilemmas of institutionalization and explore alternative models for art collectives and organizations.
Project Row Houses is a non-profit arts organization established by African-American artists and community activists in Houston’s Third Ward.
Jessica Langley and Alex Zandi interview Kelly Kaczynski about her recent exhibition Yes; Or As If at Ortega y Gasset Projects in Queens, NY.
Artists Tuan Nguyen and John Early discuss parenthood, displacement and the many permutations of painting leading up to Nguyen’s solo exhibition at fort gondo in St. Louis.
I recently had the opportunity to Skype with artist Mónica Palma. She had just returned from a co-op. I had just returned from the kitchen with a cocktail in my hand. We had a great conversation.
WOW HUH was founded with the desire to fill a perceived gap in arts writing, namely the lack of critical, longer form essays by younger writers.
PARSE (formerly Parse Gallery) is a curator-centric space located in a three-story, late 19th century building in New Orleans’ Central Business District that aims to bring curators to the region to produce projects and exhibitions.
Press Street is a New Orleans-based 501c3 literary and visual arts collective formed in 2005 to promote art and literature in the community through events, publications and arts education.