Arts

6.14.18

A Successful Artist Explains How to Make Art and Money

Australian sculptor Mathieu Briand spills the secret to pulling in five figures a month.

5.31.17

Imagining Trump's Border Plan as a Guantánamo for 'Illegals'

The new play 'Building the Wall' envisions mass deportations and unlawful detainment as Greek tragedy.

5.9.17

Why Screenwriters Rebelled Against the 'Dystopian Future' of AI-Evaluated Scripts

"You can't quantify a Daniel Day-Lewis performance when you enter a script into this software."

4.11.17

Let These Pastel Still Lifes Give You Déjà Vu

Through sculpture, illustration, and installation, artist Langdon Graves explores the complexities of human existence.

3.17.17

Trump Wants to Kill the Programs That Produced Your Favorite Art

We may not get the next 'Infinite Jest,' 'The Color Purple,' or 'A Confederacy of Dunces,' if Trump gets his way.

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3.16.17

Trump Wants Massive Budget Cuts for Basically Everything Besides the Military

Oh, there's some money earmarked for the border wall, too.

2.17.17

These Sex Workers Are Using Theater to Fight for Decriminalization

The cast of a new London play has diverse experiences of sex work, but they all share a dim view of the police.

1.27.17

Inside the Artist-Run Website Curating Minnesota’s Art Scene | #50StatesofArt

“From its inception, Mn Artists was geared with an artist-first mission and mandate,” Editor-in-Chief Susannah Schouweiler tells The Creators Project.

1.19.17

Trump's Proposed Budget Cuts Will Go After the Arts

His plan reportedly wants to privatize the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and cut the National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for Humanities entirely.

12.20.16

The Asian American Literature That Got Me Through 2016

A year full of xenophobia and yellowface was brightened by brilliant new fiction by writers of Asian descent.

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