Since it’s Mental Health Awareness month, we asked Grace Lila a couple of questions pertaining to her creative and emotional expressive tendencies.
From solidarity for Ukraine to a robot powered by AI heading to Venice Biennale, here is April’s news roundup.
Christiane Palpant will embark on a new journey: a yearlong drive across the United States in a Sprinter Van
Sabrina Gilbertson has been working at Agora Gallery since 2008. She is an artist herself and has a BFA degree from Boston University.
A public celebration of queer movements in art is back after a hiatus last year due to COVID so grab a mask and join in!
If you are an artist or an art lover, you will also agree that making and viewing art fosters well-being.
Climate change is at the forefront of new and innovative work by artists around the globe.
From those who paved the way for women in art, to today’s proudly representatives, here is a short history of feminism in art.
Looking for a Low-Risk Activity this Summer? Consider gallery hopping! A few tips on keeping you safe while you satisfy your craving for art during COVID-19
Getting through isolation is all about the diversion.
As she paints, Fariba Baghi counts on the paint “growing” and “aging” to eventually reveal the deeper layers underneath.