ART REWIND | Still Black See: Picturing Art In Your Review Mirror

ART VOTE | 2022 MIDTERM ELECTIONS

“I thought using the iconic Statue of Liberty was important because for immigrants it has always been such a powerful symbol of the American Dream and the chance to have a fair and fresh new start. Many immigrants came from poverty and unfair circumstances and the statue symbolize freedom and hope. Go vote and don’t […]

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Read content published October 2022 inside the virtual art library. “My Poem is life, and not finished.It shall never be finished.My Poem is life, and can grow.”― Gwendolyn Brooks COVER GIF By Leeyamakesnoise

ART Training | NEDCC, Conservation & Preservation Training Courses 2023 [Free Registration]

REGISTER FOR FREE TRAINING COURSES, PRESENTED BY THE NORTHEAST DOCUMENT CONSERVATION CENTER (NEDCC) Mar 21, 20232:00pm – 3:30pm Eastern COMMUNITY-DRIVEN ARCHIVES: EMPOWERING HISTORICALLY MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIESLive online webinar Apr 11, 202312:30pm – 1:30pm Eastern HOW TO HOST A COMMUNITY SCANNING DAY – FREE WEBINARLive online webinar May 2, 202312:30pm – 1:30pm Eastern WRITING GRANTS FOR AUDIO PRESERVATION AND REFORMATTING […]

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ART History | Talks in the Othmer, Legacy of Blackness: Perspectives on Family, Race, and Identity

Center for Brooklyn History Talks in the Othmer | Legacy of Blackness: Perspectives on Family, Race, and Identity Nabil Ayers only met his famous father, jazz musician Roy Ayers, a handful of times. Raised by a white, Jewish mother, Ayers shares his personal journey in his recent book, My Life in the Sunshine. Ayers is led in conversation […]

ART Scholarship | “From almanacs to rhizomes: Caribbean lives in code(s) of relation”, Dr. Schuyler Esprit, Founder and Director of Create Caribbean Research Institute

The Digital Scholarship Office and the Archiving Black América Initiative at LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections, The University of Texas at Austin, cordially invites you to the fall installment of the Digital Scholarship in the Americas Speaker Series featuring Dr. Schuyler Esprit. Free and open to the public online. Nov 4, 2022 03:00 PM in Central Time […]

ART MUSUEMS | The Texas Historical Commission Presents > Discussion Group: Learning Styles in Museums

A museum training just for you: Discussion Group Learning Styles in Museums You are invited to join Museum Services and Texas museum colleagues for a Zoom discussion about how we learn in museums. Kate Betz and Evan Windham from Story + Reason will join us for a discussion about how to bring consideration of learning styles into your planning […]

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Public Domain | Cover Art: Dressing for the Carnival (1877) by Winslow Homer. Original from The MET museum. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel.

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