The National Museum of American Jewish History turns the clock back to 1917, and finds some surprising parallels to today.
For Francisco Goya’s 270th birthday, the Israel Museum is exhibiting the Spanish artist’s work — some of which is stunningly progressive.
The fight for women’s dignity — their rights to equal pay for equal work and quest to be seen as people and not as objects — is a just one. But fomenting the myth that it’s a fight that, with sheer determination and spunk, can actually be won will only cause disillusionment.
The Spanish Inquisition was a violent and tragic episode in European history. But not all artwork portrats it that way.
It’s only Wednesday, which means you have two days left to make this fluffy and delicious challah for Shabbat.
The fury provoked by a painting depicting the body of Emmett Till highlights the authoritarianism, intolerance and hypocrisy of the anti-“appropriation” crusade.
A Toronto art gallery brought Jewish and Muslim women together to study sacred texts as well as responses to breastfeeding and menstruation.
With the opening of their new exhibit, Ivy Barsky and Rachel Lithgow assess the importance of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to our country’s most important cultural agencies are a nightmare — and no, private funding won’t make up for them.
Donald Trump proposed to eliminate four vital cultural agencies — here’s just a small sampling of what those agencies have helped to fund.
Hauser and Wirth’s exhibition “Nothing and Everything: Seven Artists, 1947 – 1962,” on the interplay between experimental music and art, inspires synesthesia
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