Two organizers from the organization that spearheaded the demonstrations in New York City discuss how their members' background in art and art history informed their nine-week action.
Ilja Nieuwland's new book is the story of how fossils and their replicas become tools of capitalism, power, and privilege.
Social institutions that nourish the arts need to offer young people aesthetic experiences that reflect their lived experiences.
An analysis of the artists represented in the permanent collections of America's major art museums finds three-quarters of them are white men.
If it's true we're on the verge of a sixth extinction, these smaller collections offer crucial perspectives—and specimens—that bigger museums simply can't provide.
Visitors stand on a suspended bridge to take a closer look at paintings by Austrian painter Gustav Klimt at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.
The Natural History Museum is popping up across the country to draw attention to the struggle of the Lummi Nation in the Pacific Northwest.
Multimedia artist Julia Christensen took video cameras to Lake Erie to document the ice that keeps the lake healthy—and what its absence could mean in the future.
New National Endowment for the Arts research finds arts attendance is rising, but remains below 2002 levels.
Big oil companies like Shell and BP sponsor museums for good PR. But they're beginning to affect what's on display, too.
A National Endowment for the Arts report finds people who decline to attend arts events cite some unexpected reasons for staying home.