Global Income Inequality Stimulates Art ...

Recent bids of $179.4 million for a Picasso painting and...

Artists Refused Entry into Biennial for ...

Following the denial of an NYU professor and a fellow...

Small Increase Proposed for California...

A revised spending plan of California’s arts grant-making agency, the...

Iranian Artist Jailed for “Insulti...

Iranian painter and women’s rights activist Atena Farghadani is on...

Entire MFA Class Walks-Out on Program

In a bold move responding to the University of Southern...

Life and Culture in Nepal in Ruin after ...

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered in Kathmandu, Nepal, a UNESCO...

Luis Del Valle Peralta Honored for Portr...

The National Museum of Catholic Art and Library (NMCAL) honored...

Making Mounds of Ruins in Detroit

Excavating material from the deserted streets and abandoned factories of...

DCCAH Accepting Nominations for Mayor...

The DCCAH is now accepting nominations for the 30th Annual...

DCCAH Announces Awardees of Innovate DC ...

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities awarded fifteen...

EMULSION 2015 TV Interview

EMULSION producer Phil Hutinet and first place EMULSION 2015 winner Erick Benitez on News Channel…

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Announces the Second Iteration of 5×5

5 curators, 25 artists, 8 wards, 16 weeks, 1 cultural capital, coming fall 2014 from…