Don and Mera Rubell have been collecting contemporary art since 1964. We recorded with the couple in December 2019, to celebrate the opening of their new museum in Miami. Since then, the coronavirus pandemic has shaken our planet. We recognize the very real sense of before and after as we share these conversations about creativity.
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Jorge Menna Barreto on Environmental Sculpture – Today, we’re taking you out for lunch with Brazilian artist Jorge Menna Barreto. The café within the pavilion that…
Graduate students in curatorial studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design University share their first thoughts about creating an online exhibition.
Emerging industrial designers at Wayne State University demonstrate the impact of an educational opportunity that invites students to make a difference. Responding to the call, they are enabling and supporting mobility throughout the city—with actionable ideas that promote self-sufficiency and health literacy.
The Student Edition Episode #1
School of the Art Institute of Chicago students join others to participate in Imagining Tomorrow. They collaborative engage in real-life design thinking.
With New York based filmmaker Alla Kovgan, we spark a conversation to find out why and how she realized CUNNINGHAM. The 2019 documentary traces American choreographer Merce Cunningham’s artistic evolution over three decades.
Today, we take you to Northwest Chicago, where Puerto Rican born artist Edra Soto has invited us to visit her studio. Soto is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and curator compelled to shape projects that connect with communities.
In Toronto, artist filmmakers Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca produced the film RISE to illuminate the creative force of a local youth-led spoken word movement known as RISE Edutainment. A subway station serves as the set where the collective’s poets, rappers, and musicians voice their experiences as first and second generation immigrants from the Caribbean and Africa.