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Joshua Barajas is the arts editor for the NewsHour. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Politics Mar 17WATCH: Pompeo to deliver remarks amid continued spread of novel coronavirus
Pompeo is expected to speak at 1 p.m. ET. Watch his remarks here.
Politics Mar 17WATCH: Virginia governor gives coronavirus update
Northam is expected to speak at 11 a.m. ET today. Watch the governor’s remarks here.
Arts Mar 1619 immersive museum exhibits you can visit from your couch
As communities scale back the size of their gatherings amid the pandemic, many museums are temporarily shut down as a precautionary measure. But that doesn’t mean their collections and other online art exhibits can’t be viewed from home.
Arts Mar 10This artist’s red shoes stand in for all the women lost to violence
Red boots. Red heels. Red toddler shoes. When Mexican artist Elina Chauvet stages her “Los Zapatos Rojos” installation in cities around the world, hundreds of pairs are displayed in public spaces. The shoes, she says, help take her pain away.
Politics Mar 04WATCH: Trump speaks at Latino Coalition Legislative Summit
Trump is scheduled to speak from Washington, D.C. at 1:30 p.m. ET. Watch the president's remarks here.
Health Mar 04WATCH: Health officials testify on NIH budget as coronavirus concerns grow
Top officials at the National Institutes of Health will appear before a House appropriations committee Wednesday to address President Donald Trump's budget proposal, which suggests a $3 billion funding cut to the agency.
Arts Feb 26The search for Mexico’s drug war victims, distilled into sound art
What does it sound like to look for a lost loved one? This art installation doesn’t look away from the horror and pain of that reality.
Arts Feb 18WATCH: Isabel Allende on studying real people for characters in her novels
When writer Isabel Allende creates characters for her novels, she often looks to real people as “models.” For a crime novel she wrote, Allende said she needed to connect with a member of the U.S. military.
Arts Feb 13Artist Débora Delmar on the invisible gates that shape us
An art installation by the London-based Mexican artist reflects the way we’re all shaped by our aspirations, and whether we have the keys or not.
Arts Feb 07How a college prank turned into a public art tradition
The inflatable replica that rests on the lake’s solid surface isn’t a political statement, nor a throwback to the ending of 1969’s “Planet of the Apes,” but a decades-long tradition founded on a good laugh.