The Unseen Depths of Winslow Homer’s “The Gulf Stream”

Somewhere off Key West, a hurricane-battered sloop drifts, dismasted, in heaving seas. A bare-chested Black man lies on its perilously tilted deck, gazing at something beyond the picture frame. He has the muscular beauty of classical statuary, the stoic resignation of a fallen gladiator facing down death. And death is coming: lashing its way toward … Read more

Stream “Without a Whisper – Konnen:Kwe” Presented by the National Museum of the American Indian

Posted inSponsored After watching this film about Indigenous women’s influence on the early US women’s rights movement, viewers can check out a panel with the director and subjects. Sally Roesch Wagner, PhD and Mohawk Clan Mother Wakerakatste Louise Herne (image courtesy Women Make Movies) In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of … Read more