“The New European Bauhaus movement is intended to be a bridge between the world of science and technology and the world of art and culture

When you walk into a museum, there is a sense of reliability, of trust. You never walk into a museum and think, “I wonder what the carbon footprint of this place is?” or think about how the exhibition you are

The coronavirus has had unintended, harmful effects on art by threatening the place of art in our society. The question is: How harmful?  The pandemic-imposed quarantine has become a matter of deep concern for those who either manage or are personally

The language of diplomacy is shifting with the problems of our day. International actors are applying different methods of communicating, negotiating, and problem solving. Due to the growing impact of global warming in every corner of the world over the

From paintings and centuries-old legends to a brief punchline in a modern cartoon series, stereotypes and prejudices on Jewish culture and Judaism have been very strong, with most of them surrounding money or the supposed Jewish craving for it. A few

When we began writing “Rest in My Shade, a poem about roots,” my co-author Danna Masad and I thought about illustrating it, or using photographs, to bring the words to life. Instead, we decided to use existing Palestinian art to

The time of grey suits is coming to the end – business now strives to be more innovative, creative and inclusive. To achieve that, we can look towards something that’s already all these things – the arts. Tell your story

I’ve had one fist-fight in my life. It happened when I was ogling three girls who had climbed, semi-provocatively, on top of a long desk in our 6th grade classroom. A prepubescent boy—a rival—moved to take my spot. We jockeyed

Louis Masai is a British painter, sculptor, illustrator and street artist, perhaps best known for his murals of endangered species. A graduate of Falmouth School of Art, he aims to use his artworks as a means for spreading climate change

I grew up in Boston in the 70s and 80s, not too far away from where Thoreau once lived. My family shared his belief that nature was a vehicle towards transcendence— that spending time quietly contemplating the land, sea, and

Article and pictures by Architect Elica Sartogo.    At the Bloomberg Center's Cornell Tech building, by Pritzker Prize architect Thom Mayne, the New York DNA is part of the conceptual project. The outdoor texture has captured the skyline of Manhattan; the panorama is expressed

Modest storefronts and cafés line the streets of Montreal’s Le Plateau-Mont Royal. Walk down almost any residential avenue and you’ll spot the iconic metal staircases of the neighborhood’s old Victorian townhomes. The borough is also known for its murals that

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