With a new initiative, Statens Museum for Kunst invites you on a tour through the museum's collection and tells the story of how epidemics over time have affected and changed both the world and art.
The New-York Historical Society presents Hope Wanted: New York City Under Quarantine, a special free outdoor exhibition documenting the experiences of New Yorkers across the five boroughs during the…
The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) released the findings of a new survey this week that has grim implications for America’s museums.
Throughout history, cultures and artists have faced upheavals and catastrophes and reflected them through their work. Here we look at ten great works of art created in uncertain times.
Beyond restricting social interactions and physical mobility, global stay-at-home orders impacted the work of contemporary artists around the world in a number of ways.
In addition to protest art seen around the world, creative facemasks seen on social media and at protests are bringing inspired art to troubled times.
If the quarantine blues are still getting you down, access to art is a surefire cure. These four exhibitions you can explore from home bring an infusion of color that is sure to brighten your outlook.
On-site research was put on hold abruptly in March around the world. Many students conducting their work while on fellowship-funded research years had to return home, their research paused awkwardly…