Philadelphia — The Rosenbach is proud to announce 18 Reasons to Read Ulysses: A Centennial Celebration, a new exhibition to commemorate the great Irish novel 100 years after its publicatio
May 13, 2022
Washington, DC — The Library of Congress is marking the bicentennial of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted — the landscape architect and writer who designed the U
March 7, 2022
Los Angeles – Images drawn from the Hebrew Bible (known to Christians as the “Old Testament”) were among the most popular subjects for Christian illuminated manuscripts in the Middle Ages.
March 4, 2022
Concord, MA — The Concord Museum is pleased to collaborate with Mass Audubon on the special exhibition, Alive with Birds: William Brewster
February 22, 2022
Los Angeles – Photography—a word derived from the Greek terms phos (light) and graphe (writing or drawing)—is, by definition, a means of “writing with light.” The medium’s inherent relationship wit
February 18, 2022
Los Angeles – For centuries, artists and scientists have been fascinated by the structures of the human body.
January 11, 2022
New York – The Morgan Library & Museum presents Gwendolyn Brooks: A Poet’s Work in Community, opening January 28, 2022, and running through June 5, 2022.
January 4, 2022
Mendocino, CA — Partners Gallery presents an exhibit of three guest artists taking place at the gallery in the historic Beacon Building in Mendocino in January and February 2022.
December 29, 2021
London — The British Museum announces full details of its upcoming special exhibition on Stonehenge.
December 13, 2021
Chicago — Emerging on the heels of late 60s political movements, a new form of alternative magazine amplified marginalized voices, redefining entrenched mainstream representations and forever chang