Art Works Blog

We're stepping back in time at Tudor House, a two-hundred-year-old dwelling in Washington, DC's Georgetown neighborhood.
Native American visual artist Merritt Johnson discusses the role of performance art in her art practice.
Explore Community Engaged Design with interviews and other resources from our May co-convening with the Surdna Foundation.
Learn about painter Amy Sherald and how she sees art as a tool to talk about social justice.
Angel Rodriguez of Seattle wins inaugural Musical Theater Songwriting Challenge for High School Students.
We're heading down to Texas to visit the Grace Museum, which started its life at the turn of the 20th century as a busy railroad hotel.
Happy birthday to American novelist Ernest Hemingway! Celebrate with these collection of quotes from the author.
There is modern dance and modern art, indie rock and experimental theater. Within the opera world however, tradition has maintained a firmer grip, and most of us still expect the grand themes, grand scale, and grand voices of the art form’s original 16 th -century roots. But for musicians and...
The Chicago L is your ticket to visiting the Windy City's Blue Star Museums this summer.


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