Christopher Michaud creates guerrilla pop-ups at Montreal bus shelters

The pandemic has certainly fostered ingenuity in artists when it comes to getting their works into the public eye. With so many galleries, exhibition spaces, and museums being closed throughout the year and most still holding restrictions to abide by current health protocols, it’s not surprising that most spaces aren’t seeking an influx of works […]

Pilgrim, Puritan, Whore by Dana Hoey

Dana Hoey’s latest video work, Pilgrim, Puritan, Whore, is a masterpiece, created in only a few weeks specifically for the “MATRYOSHKAS” exhibition at Analix Forever in Geneva, Switzerland from 12 March to April 26, 2021. This exhibit brings together two women whose work is about imprisonment: Rachel Labastie and Laure Tixier. Rachel Labastie’s work is […]

In search of art: Ken Bromley Art Supplies brings the most Googled artists of the pandemic together in new map series

Over the course of the pandemic, the internet has been our main resource for almost everything, including art. But, in our time at home, what artists have people around the world been searching for? This question was answered by the people of Ken Bromley Art Supplies, a family-run art business in Bolton, who took up […]

Freelands Foundation and Runnymede Trust commission report to examine racial inequality in arts education

To better understand the lack of diversity within the arts in the UK, the Freelands Foundation and Runnymede Trust are looking at arts education. Together, they have announced the commission of major report to shed light on why Black, Asian, and ethnically diverse peoples are underrepresented in art education, resulting in underrepresentation across the arts […]

Former IKEA to become major UK cultural centre

Coventry will soon make its mark on the art world by creating one of the largest cultural hubs in the world. The UK city, which will soon be named the 2021 UK City of Culture, is looking to convert a disused IKEA building into a cultural centre that could showcase as many as 16,000 artworks. […]

3,700-year-old burial leads researchers to believe women held political power in El Argar society

The 3,700-year-old remains of a couple buried together on the Iberian Peninsula in modern day Murcia, Spain, have archaeologist wondering if women held more power in the Early Bronze Age El Argar culture. The remains were entombed in a jar discovered in a hilltop complex called La Almoloya and a report recently published in Antiquity […]

Marking 150 years, SFAI announces Access50 Scholarship Fund

At times, it seemed as though it might not make it, but this month, the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) is celebrating its 150th anniversary. The milestone not only makes the SFAI one of the oldest art schools in the US, but shows its perseverance, despite difficult terrain. So, to commemorate its extra meaningful birthday, […]