#backtoschool Curatorial Consultant Karen Cordero has us hitting the books for the opening of DIMENSIONS OF FORM: TAMAYO AND MIXOGRAFIA. Hear from this expert on 9/21 and be the first to see #RufinoTamayo’s boundary-breaking prints.


#FranzWest: “Early sculpture was always painted, Gothic or Baroque or whatever you like … everything was always painted. I don’t think you can say they are pictures.”

Local artist Antoinette Cauley's all-level workshop at #SMoCA on Saturday, Sept. 21 at noon. Turn one of your selfies into a portrait. Photo courtesy of artist. Tickets: https://t.co/dOkhfDckVM

Borrowing its title from the dictums of health and safety manuals, Lubaina Himid's exhibition "Work from Underneath" examines how language and architecture inform a sense of both danger and safety, fragility and stability: https://t.co/hNyPuwaj1A #LubainaHimid

Next Wed., Aug. 28, join curator/educator Elee Wood for a focused talk about the art and artistry of women's textiles in early American life, discussing the role of education and works like samplers, rugs, and quilts. Tickets: https://t.co/GMbI0ApYCo

⛪ Finding home in the communal experience of house music and dance is referred to as "going to church." Rennie Harris' "LIFTED" brings new meaning to the phrase.
📅 Aug 23, 7:30 pm + Aug 24, 2 pm. Learn more and purchase tickets: https://t.co/Oh8vYn2j4J

Happy birthday to Jean-Baptiste Greuze! Through vivid facial expressions and dramatic gestures, Greuze's moralizing paintings exemplified the new idea that painting should relate to life—discover his works in our collection: https://t.co/cmsLkOfu2Y

In the age of fake news, we crave ethical, unbiased media. Using the final rotation of Platforms: Collection and Commissions, Miranda Harincar examines subjective truths in media through the lenses of Werner Herzog, Deborah Stratman & Kevin Jerome Everson. https://t.co/VYn0dB0CCW

'Celebration of Our Enemies: Selections from the Hammer Contemporary Collection' examines how artists apply the strategies of Conceptual art to critiques of media, from the 1980s to today. Learn more about this intergenerational grouping of artists: https://t.co/YJnUiSidbT

New Cottage Arts brings art and music education to Federal Boulevard in Denver. More via @DenverWestword https://t.co/Q2pekGRAds

#FredBaldwin, artist and co-founder of @FotoFest_Intl, tells the story of his life and work in his new memoir "Dear Mr. Picasso: An Illustrated Love Affair With Freedom." Join us next Wednesday, 8/28 for a free reading and book signing with the author. https://t.co/lkT8tvvkJl

"[Art] will place itself not in front of but around, behind, underneath (literally) the audience—in an operational capacity.”

Learn more about this outdoor plaza at 51st Street and Sixth Avenue, designed by #ScottBurton: https://t.co/dFdG39po9M #MoMApicks

Among the most distinctive art objects of the ancient Peruvians were ceramic vessels produced by the artists of the Moche culture, which flourished on the north coast between about 100 BC and AD 500.

See these objects in Arts of the Americas.


“You arrive at what you do by challenging yourself and painting a lot,” says artist Sam Gilliam in this @Artsy profile. https://t.co/PiLqJyc6QU

Wed, Aug 28, The Bass leaves its doors open for late night art and antics. Join us from 6-9 PM for Overtime and a performance by artist, A.G. of the work, ‘Untitled (scene rehearsal: teenage gig dream sequence).’ Plus, your first drink is on us. RSVP: https://t.co/lV11xOVHQP

SEPT 5: Don’t miss the grand unveiling of Robert Indiana’s iconic “The American LOVE” sculpture! Celebrate with us: https://t.co/CZ8uHORjR3

Julia Margaret Cameron began her career in photography at the age of forty-eight. She captured everyone around her as models, from family members to friends and domestic servants—admire these portraits in "Once. Again. Photographs in Series."

🧏 Don't miss an American Sign Language tour of Virgil Abloh: "Figures of Speech" this Friday!
📅 Aug 23, 6 pm. Please note this tour is entirely in ASL. Spoken English interpretation is not provided.
👉 Reserve your place today: https://t.co/li6RxLolP7

Una nueva mirada: Andy Warhol
Su punto de vista es bienvenido en esta visita interactiva. Ofrecemos estos recorridos el cuarto sábado de cada mes a las 4p.m.

Find out how porcupine quill embroidery, once the most prominent and respected craft for Plains Indian women, fell out of fashion at the annual Donald Danforth Jr. Lecture on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 11 am. Reserve a free ticket onsite at SLAM or @MetroTix: https://t.co/HvLZYcqYwA

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