Indigenous

Archeologist gives inside look at their research process & unpacks discoveries. When one hears the name "Nasca,"* the first thing that comes to mind is probably the monumental geoglyphs of the…
Much as the late nineteenth-century American myth of Manifest Destiny was used to justify westward expansion, many history paintings worked to shape and uphold stories of superiority and inferiority…
In the special collection of brittle works on paper at the Boston Athenaeum lies Paul Revere’s 1770 hand-colored engraving, The Bloody Massacre.
The Spanish Galleon San José, which sank off the coast of Colombia in 1708, was rediscovered by Colombian officials in 2015 near Cartagena. For years, the San José was called the “holy grail of…
Using art as a means for social change, artivists can change the world