How the sculptor created an indelible memorial to a young man and a symbol of the fight for Civil Rights
Black Lives Matter
Jack T. Franklin: Philadelphia’s Chronicler of Black Life and Protest
Curator Sam Ewing speaks with Dejáy Duckett and Richard J. Watson about the photographer’s lasting legacy
Black Joy is Mixed with Black Lament
Talking to Reverend Naomi Washington-Leapheart about the value of art and grief—and what doomscrolling is doing to our ability to make change.
The Timelessness of Horace Pippin’s Concern
Looking for signs of change in the eight decades since Pippin made his iconic painting about American racism
Can Museums Change?
In this Q&A, Nicole Allen White, Interim Deputy Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access (DEIA), shares her hopes for the future of the museum.
Art for the People: A Conversation with Conrad Benner
Curator Kathryn Hiesinger speaks with the StreetsDept.com founder on the power and necessity of public art.
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