The public history project originated in Copenhagen and gives statues a voice.
December and January present your last chances to see these exhibits in the Mid-Atlantic region.
By Ksenia Nouril
Dreamworlds and Catastrophes frames the Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection of Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union within the period of its own conception. In this way, it honors the collecting history and legacy of Norton Dodge (1927-2011)—an inimitable mediator—whose commitment to this kind of art continues to shape an understanding of the transnational exchanges in art and culture during the Cold War.
Professors at Rutgers-Camden and Towson University collaborated to curate an exhibit of contemporary Israeli art, now on display at the Stedman Gallery until December 17.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania announces the launch of a new digital history project titled Politics in Graphic Detail: Exploring History through Political Cartoons.
The Whitney Museum of American Art has received a $2 million donation from the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation.
The proposals are due July 31, 2015 and the festival will be on September 26-27, 2015.
Public historians took a battering 20 years ago through highly public struggles over two Smithsonian exhibits.
The National Civic Art Society is seeking a college intern for the summer to help them protect and advance a beautiful and meaningful American civic realm.
There’s something about a night game, especially in our nation’s capital. The excitement of the crowd as they arrive at […]