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After the Day of Infamy

After the Day of Infamy

The Archive of American Folk Song records Americans’ reactions to Pearl Harbor.

The Museum of Illusions

The Museum of Illusions

Not everything is what it seems.

Making Things We Own More Beautiful

Making Things We Own More Beautiful

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) hosts an exhibit of Swiss artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp.

Luck Be a Lacquer: NYC Welcomes Asia Week New York

Luck Be a Lacquer: NYC Welcomes Asia Week New York

Asia Week New York wrapped up its 10-day long celebration of Asian art with a series of auctions.

“Who’s Black and Why?”

“Who’s Black and Why?”

Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Andrew S. Curran discuss their new book at the NYPL.

Moving Through Film, Television and History

Moving Through Film, Television and History

First cameras, deepfakes, Jim Hensen and live props from the Black Swan, Nightmare on Elm Street and The Exorcist.

Black Feminist Futures

Black Feminist Futures

The Schomburg Center of the NYPL held its 10th Annual Black Comic Book Festival which featured a virtual discussion on Afrofuturism.

Recovery and Religion

Recovery and Religion

Struggling with addiction, some turn to the Bible for guidance.

OpEd: Power of the Arts in Schools

OpEd: Power of the Arts in Schools

Arts are critical to student development but are often the first cut in budget crises.