Local artists in a Brooklyn neighborhood are contributing to a public art project aimed at helping kids learn the alphabet.
By Corinne Segal
How do you save a fading rural village? An artist from Taylor, Nebraska, hatched an idea to recreate the town at its boom, when it had double its current population, to draw visitors. Special correspondent Mike Tobias of NET reports.
By PBS NewsHour
He wanted to create something uniquely modern and Alaskan, putting his own contemporary spin on traditional styles.
By Alaska Public Media
Most people who take the ferry to Alcatraz are going to tour the legendary former prison in San Francisco Bay. They may be surprised to find seven new works by Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei, who was detained by…
By PBS NewsHour
Today if you walk down S. Grand Boulevard, one of the main thoroughfares in St. Louis, you are likely to find boarded-up windows in the aftermath of protests and ensuing riots from the Michael Brown grand jury ruling. What would…
An ambitious new initiative across the U.S. is sneaking works of American art into subways, on billboards and the sides of buses, and into view for a greater audience, without charging admission.
By Tom LeGro
For 48 hours, the grass on the National Mall disappeared underneath a million white and grey "bones," a symbolic mass grave on the footsteps of the U.S. Capitol. The One Million Bones project is a public art installation created to…
New Art Installation Lights Up San Francisco's Other Bridge Across the Bay…
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