Art & Culture

How a Photograph Can Save a Species

Through his camera, Nick Brandt has shown the world the devastation of African poaching and deforestation. Through his foundation, he’s doing...

Art & Culture

You Can Now Take Harvard’s Most Popular Class for Free

How massive open online courses are democratizing higher education

Art & Culture

Domaine de Boisbuchet: Not Your Average Design Residency

With a focus on slow learning and outdoor classrooms, Domaine de Boisbuchet goes above and beyond.

Art & Culture

Writer Salman Rushdie: 'Nourish the Arts, and They Will Nourish Us Right Back'

The author of The Golden House weighs in on how closely art is connected to liberty.

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Young Audiences: Giving the Gift of Education

Young Audiences Arts for Learning provides curriculum-based programs for New York City children, and with them the gift that keeps giving: the...

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These Jewelry Designers Are Setting Trends—and Shaping Young Minds

Each of these brands is doing its part for the arts, through a nonprofit focused on fostering creativity in schools.

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The Color-Blind Artist Teaching Others to See the World with New Eyes

Art should inspire you to think differently, and Daniel Arsham’s imaginative work does just that.

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America's Largest Free Art School Is Spreading Creativity from Coast to Coast

Setting up shop in public libraries, ProjectArt is on the rise.

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These Are the Faces of Art Activism Today

Introducing America’s most urgent creative movement—and the people behind it.

Art & Culture

How One Composer Is Using Broken Instruments to Make Underfunded Music Programs Heard

David Lang's symphony incorporates some 1,000 of the Philadelphia public school system’s instruments, all in need of repair, to call attention...