Amy Mackie surveys the emergence and evolution of New Orleans's post-Katrina arts communities for the first post in our New Orleans feature.
Over two days in the heart of Chelsea, non-profit awareness group Arts & Labor hosted a series of roundtable discussions, community activities and workshops to initiate a dialogue between dozens of alternative resources within the New York City creative community.
"Songs for Driving Home After the Slow Dance" is a review in the form of a short mixtape for Alain Biltereyst’s paintings, a narrative that floats in and out of melody, harmony, rhythm, modes of text, image, and finally, a love story…
For the first edition of BOOK CLUB we will review Ben Davis’s "9.5 Theses on Art and Class." This second discussion covers the three chapters (three, four and five) in the section titled, "Art and Politics."
Johalla Projects was established in the fall of 2009 by Anna Cerniglia as a venue for emerging and mid-career artists. As a collaborative project space, it is a haven for artists, curators, and patrons who desire to expand their aesthetic horizons.
An extension of an on-going series of programs in St. Louis about the problems of art criticism, “Meditations in an Emergency” offers artists in the community an opportunity to have ekphrastic poems written about their artwork.
Chicago Artist Writers is a platform that asks artists and art workers to write traditional and experimental criticism that serves under-represented arts programming in Chicago. In this essay, founders Sofia Leiby and Jason Lazarus reflect back on the first year of the project.
The Salon Series is an exhibition and discussion project that emphasizes participation between guests and artists to explore meaning, context and craft of new work.
Night Club is an independent exhibition space, directed by Olivia Coran and Matthew Steinbrecher, in the Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago.