Five hundred artists will be commissioned to make fresh and innovative short films, audio and interactive works in a new talent development scheme being launched by BBC Arts and Arts Council England.
The Museum of Modern Art’s massive expansion in New York will soon be complete, giving visitors the chance to see more of its collection of Modern and contemporary art than ever before.
The Canada Council, in partnership with the British Columbia Arts Council, the Calgary Arts Development Authority and the Ontario Arts Council, are pleased to share a new research report, conducted by Hill Strategies: Artist Career Research Methods: A comparative analysis of research methods for understanding artists’ career paths, work conditions, and incomes
The signature visual arts celebration Singapore Art Week (SAW), a joint initiative by the National Arts Council (NAC), the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), drew to a close after more than 100 exciting programmes were presented island-wide by art institutions, arts groups and artists, from 19 to 27 January.
On an average weekday morning, I spend my early waking hours on my phone, toggling between as many as a dozen apps—checking my email, or dating prospects, or how well I slept—while also watching the news on TV and asking Alexa to tell me the weather or play music. I never stop to consider how this cacophony of content might be negatively affecting my mood or inciting stress. But now, there’s an app that aims to change such behaviors—by feeding us digital content that research says should make us feel better.
The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) has made images of some 30,000 works from its permanent collection that are in the public domain open access, meaning that anyone may download, share, reproduce, remix, or otherwise transform the images for scholarly, commercial, and noncommercial uses.