This free event includes a panel with artists Mary Miss, Ned Smyth, and R.M. Fischer following the premiere of documentary shorts on their work. January 10, 2024, at 6:30pm.
MFASA students enjoy mentorships with prominent Indigenous artists, flexible schedules, and access to Santa Fe, New Mexico, a cultural capital of the US.
The organization will commission up to 10 artists to create large-scale temporary installations in farm fields in rural Wisconsin. Apply by February 12, 2024.
Eight New Orleans-based artists will develop collaborations with NOMA’s collection and programs as part of this year’s residency.
After a complex yearlong conservation effort, one 350-pound painting from Charles Sidney Raleigh’s 275-foot-long panorama has a new lease on life.
Students enjoy cutting-edge facilities, significant financial aid, and the opportunity to immerse themselves in New York City’s art communities.
Video art musing on the state of existence encompasses the exhibition curated by Abby Chen and presented by the Taipei Fine Arts Museum.
This residency at the University of Michigan offers a $20,000 honorarium, housing, studio space, and up to $5,000 in funding support for project materials.
Nearly 40 works by leading conceptual artists of the ‘60s and ‘70s are on view at the Connecticut museum alongside recent acquisitions.
The exhibition explores kinship found through traditional and contemporary textile practices. On view at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Up to seven artists and two curators will participate in a paid, 10-month intensive residency in New Haven, Connecticut.
The School of Visual Arts’s New York-based, globally linked graduate program for curators is accepting applications for Fall 2024.