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Cannupa Hanska Luger Wins Museum of Arts and Design’s Inaugural Burke Prize Social Practice, Half The Sky, Arts And Entertainment, Beauty Full, Native Art, Ny Times, Art Museum, Winter Hats, Rock

Q&A: The artist who made protesters' mirrored shields says the 'struggle porn' media miss point of Standing Rock

Artist Cannupa Hanska Luger grew up on land that is now the front lines of the Standing Rock protests and has made mirrored shields used by protesters when they face police.

Project Row Houses is a community platform that enriches lives through art with an emphasis on cultural identity and its impact on the urban landscape. Social Practice, Urban Intervention, Ordinary Lives, Urban Landscape, Public Art, Athens, The Row, Art Projects, Action

Project Row Houses

Project Row Houses is a community platform that enriches lives through art with an emphasis on cultural identity and its impact on the urban landscape.

 Historic Daytime Fair ends at pm, the event will transition into an experiential, contemporary art party called MAD. Social Practice, Simple Rules, Art Party, Experiential, Paper, Soup, Artists, Design, Artist

Mad. Sq. 200 TASK - Madison Square Park Conservancy

After MAD. SQ. 200's Historic Daytime Fair ends at 6:00 pm, the event will transition into an experiential, contemporary art party called MAD. SQ. 200 TASK.

Not A Cornfield // Lauren Bon // Not a Cornfield is a living sculpture in the form of a field of corn. The corn itself, a powerful icon for millennia over large parts of Ce. Social Practice, Welcome, Vegetable Garden, Lincoln, Acre, Industrial, Sculpture, Plants, Veggie Gardens

WELCOME

Welcome to the official web site for the Not A Cornfield art project, a transformation of a 32 acre industrial brownfield in the historic center of Los Angeles into a cornfield for one agricultural cycle. The Not a Cornfield Art Project was created with funds from the Annenberg Foundation. Ms. Bon is a trustee of the Annenberg Foundation and President of Not A Cornfield, LLC. As a funder of Not A Cornfield, the Annenberg Foundation continues its long-standing support of projects that serve…

Mierle Laderman UKELES Touch Sanitation Performance: Fresh Kills Landfill, Talking with worker of the New York City Department of Sanitation Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York Ville New York, Social Practice, Boat Projects, Street Dance, Science Art, Old Trucks, Public Art, Ny Times, New York City

An Artist Who Calls the Sanitation Department Home - The New York Times

Pepón Osorio: The Impact of ReForm Social Practice

Pepón Osorio: The Impact of ReForm

Pepón Osorio: The Impact of ReForm | FIELD

Social practice artists blur the lines among object making, performance and activism, creating participatory work that often flourishes beyond galleries and museums. Social Practice, Environmental Justice, Cultural Studies, Political Art, Social Change, Community Art, Video Photography, Public Art, Ny Times

Social practice artists blur the lines among object making, performance and activism, creating participatory work that often flourishes beyond galleries and museums.

David Medella // A Stitch in Time Surrealism Photography, Art Photography, Social Practice, David, Art Object, Conceptual Art, Magazine Art, Art Forms, Britain

Participatory Works of David Medalla

by Summer Zickefoose David Medalla’s repertoire of art forms and methods is vast; he is rightfully considered a pioneer of kinetic, earth, performance, participation and conceptual art. Two of his participatory works, Porcelain Wedding and A Stitch in Time, seem particularly relevant to a contemporary conversation about socially engaged and participatory art practices. Medalla’s…

The Queens Museum is hosting a retrospective of Mierle Laderman Ukeles who has spent nearly four decades as artist-in-residence with New York’s Department of Sanitation. Social Practice, New York S, Ny Times, Queens, Photo Wall, Museum, Sculpture, Frame, Artist

Mierle Laderman Ukeles // The Queens Museum is hosting a retrospective of Mierle Laderman Ukeles who has spent nearly four decades as artist-in-residence with New York’s Department of Sanitation.

Everything is awful and I'm not okay: Questions to ask before giving up printable reference sheet. Questions To Ask, This Or That Questions, Social Practice, Im Not Okay, Giving Up, Everything, Life Tips, Timeline, Psychology

Everything Is Awful and I’m Not Okay: questions to ask before giving up

Are you hydrated? If not, have a glass of water. Have you eaten in the past three hours? If not, get some food — something with protein, not just simple carbs. Perhaps some nuts or hummus? Have you...

Collaborative work of Emily Blair and Michelle Illuminato Social Practice, This Or That Questions, Artwork, Work Of Art

artwork

Collaborative work of Emily Blair and Michelle Illuminato

Welcome to the Labor Camp! Weisman Art Museum, Social Practice, Welcome, Camping, Campsite, Outdoor Camping, Campers

Welcome to the Labor Camp!

Welcome to the Labor Camp!

Fruit and Other Things // Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin piece with Carnegie International Social Practice, Fruit, Plants, Home Decor, Flora, Interior Design, Home Interior Design, Plant, Home Decoration

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Fruit and Other Things // Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin piece with Carnegie International

Festival to Plead for Skills Social Practice, Projects, Log Projects

ILSSA Projects

Festival to Plead for Skills

Aram Han Sifuentes creates a space for dissent at the Chicago Cultural Center. Chicago Cultural Center, Social Practice, Lending Library, Banner, Desk, Space, Furniture, Home Decor, Banner Stands

A Protest Banner Lending Library - Chicago Gallery News

Aram Han Sifuentes creates a space for dissent at the Chicago Cultural Center.