Art Works Blog

We dip into the Art Works archives for a piece on arts and community by Laura Zabel of Springboard for the Arts.
New Literature Translation Fellow Maia Evrona talks about falling in love with the work of Yiddish poet Abraham Sutzkever.
In 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art consisted of two rooms, which it rented rather than owned. Flash forward a century or so and today, the museum's campus comprises 36 acres and six buildings, including a visual arts center, a theater, and an award-winning glass pavilion that functions as both...
A look at the New York City transit system's public art program, MTA Art and Design.
National Council on the Arts member Emil Kang thinks we need to dream big.
Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation Executive Director Nick Tilsen talks about the importance of the community in developing a new Our Town project.
A second edition of advice for artists taken from Art Talk interviews.
Summer is the perfect time to pack up the family, head outside, and visit some of the nation’s most beautiful places: our state and national parks. However, whether you have a rainy day, a bad sunburn, or just want to throw in some culture on your vacation, Blue Star Museums has you covered. Blue...
Before the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed 25 years ago, curb cuts were a rarity, making sidewalks inaccessible to people in wheelchairs. Nor were there guaranteed ramps allowing entry into buildings—including schools and courthouses — or wheelchair lifts on public transportation...


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