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Brazilian Street Artist Creates Mural From Ashes of the Amazon
‘This mural is a protest, a cry for help’ — This Brazilian street artist created a 10,000 sq ft mural using ashes from the Amazon rainforest.
Climate Change is Erasing this 45,500-Year-Old Cave Painting
This cave painting found on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi is believed to be 45,500 years old, making it the oldest rock art discovered to date.
In This Together: Art Teacher and Friends Build Virtual After School Community for Kids
This art teacher got her friends together to build a virtual community for kids to embrace their creativity
How Artist Nikkolas Smith Embodies The Humanity Of Black Lives In His Viral Paintings
The illustrator has developed an anti-racism toolkit alongside fellow creators to guide artists through the journey of “artivism.”
Christian Cooper, Central Park Birder, Has A New Graphic Novel Out About Racism
In Cooper’s comic “It’s A Bird,” published by DC Comics, he tells the story of a Black teen birder named Jules.
Artists In “Dire" Financial Straits Can Gain Relief Through This Emergency Fund
Artist Relief is distributing $5,000 grants through September to artists who are struggling financially because of COVID-19.
Anti-Islamophobia Community Organization #VigilantLove Uses Arts For Healing
This grassroots organization fights Islamophobia with activism, art, and communal healing.
Ceramic Artist Creates Porcelain Replicas of Asian American Food
From dumplings to Sriracha, this Brooklyn-based ceramic artist creates beautiful porcelain works of art inspired by Asian American food.
Minneapolis Museum Covers Its Entrance in Refugee Life Jackets
The life jackets were once worn by refugees traveling from Turkey to Greece.
Art Exhibit “Abortion Is Normal” Makes Powerful Statement for Reproductive Rights
Pieces from artists including Cindy Sherman, Barbara Kruger, and Nan Goldin subvert stigmas around abortion by depicting the history, victories and struggles surrounding women’s health.
Brooklyn Ballet's 'Nutcracker' Raises the Barre on Diversity
This ballet company is putting on a culturally inclusive "Nutcracker" that breaks from tradition with global styles of dance and a diverse cast of performers.
New Banksy Mural Highlights Homelessness
Although the mural has a Christmas theme, the underlying meaning goes deeper.
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