#ArtOffPause is a livestream series that helps us to stay connected as we look ahead. Artists, curators, and scholars will preview their suspended or upcoming projects.
Keeping our arts community safe as we react to the Covid-19 #pandemic
How do we talk politics? Many months away from the presidential election, I’m already tired of our current discussion.
I knew that I had to see “The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky.” And I knew that I had to take Lauren Chief Elk with me. The Plains Indians show took a long road to New York: art lovingly created over centuries in the heartland of America (often before the existence of the […]
Bruce Norris’ play “Clybourne Park” picks up the conversation about race where Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun” left off. Nominated for four Tony Awards, this drama is set in fictional Clybourne Park–the Chicago neighborhood that represents the American dream to the Younger family of “Raisin.” The first act of the play simmers as […]
Earlier this week, I was able to attend the fall Cool Culture fair. Cool Culture is an organization that works with Head Start families to increase access to the arts. Founded by two dynamic educators, the organization has welcomed 50,000 underserved families in the New York City area to various cultural institutions. The organization uses a network […]