“One Day This Kid” Project Commemorates the 30th Anniversary of David Wojnarowicz’s Death

Two years before he died of an AIDS-related illness at age 37, David Wojnarowicz created a poignant collage condemning America’s violent treatment of gay men. In his 1990–1991 work “Untitled (One Day This Kid),” Wojnarowicz smiles at the viewer through a photograph of himself as a school boy. Surrounding the photo — a classic Americana … Read more

Apply for the 2022 Fellowship With Project Row Houses and the University of Houston

Posted inSponsored Two artists will each receive $20,000 in funding to help them become active cultural practitioners and research community-engaged creative practices. Collaboration Among the Arts: Fall 2012 Sears The University of Houston Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts (KGMCA) and Project Row Houses (PRH) have developed a fellowship program supported by Suzanne Deal … Read more

Mark Bradford, Hauser & Wirth Launch New Education Project in L.A. – ARTnews.com

Mark Bradford may be best known for working in abstraction, but the LA-based artist is committed to thinking through how to change the art world—and the world at large—in concrete, tangible ways. Nearly a decade ago, Bradford cofounded the nonprofit Art + Practice in the South Los Angeles neighborhood of Leimert Park with the simple … Read more

Wind Down an Odd Year With an Inspiring Book and Morale Boosting Art Project

Home / Wind Down an Odd Year With an Inspiring Book and Morale Boosting Art Project The end of the school year can bring about contradictory feelings. You may feel a sense of relief that a break is coming, a concern that students did not learn all the content you had hoped for, and the … Read more

Five Tips for Modifying a Project for Different Age Groups

Despite students absolutely loving functional art, it’s not surprising to learn that it doesn’t always make it into the yearly project lineup. Not only can it be messy and require many materials and steps, it often requires some specific skill sets that may extend beyond students’ and even teachers’ immediate capabilities simply because they aren’t … Read more

Bring Nature Into Your Art Room With These 5 Project Ideas

Nature is endlessly inspirational. Historically, artists have made many artworks based on an investigation and observation of nature. Interestingly, it’s not just artists who are captivated by it. There is a reason why landscapes and botanical illustrations are so popular—just look at Bob Ross! Many of us have come across site-specific work, like Andy Goldsworthy … Read more