• Boosting Vaccine Confidence With the Arts

    The rapid development of safe and effective vaccines against the novel coronavirus is a remarkable feat of scientific achievement. And it’s our best shot for getting through a global pandemic. But having the vaccine is not enough if not everyone is confident enough to take it. As of September 2021, roughly 180 million Americans are […]

  • Norman Galinsky Draws Stillness and Energy from Geometric Art

    When you first view Norman Galinsky’s minimalistic art, you may not guess that the artist’s first career was in engineering. Ever since childhood, Galinsky’s two main passions were science and making art. Science took precedence in high school—he was a runner-up in the prestigious Westinghouse National Talent search science competition—and, at the urging of his […]

  • Artists Send a Loud and Clear Message: Go Vote

    As we inch closer to Election Day 2020 in the United States and the COVID-19 pandemic makes voting in person a risky endeavor, today’s visual artists are galvanizing people across the country to cast their ballots. During the last presidential election, in 2016, nearly half of the voting-age population in the US didn’t vote. This […]

  • 5 Weekend Art Activities to Bust Quarantine Fatigue

    Lockdowns are easing in some areas of the world, but large public gatherings and trips to a museum, library or concert are mostly off-limits.  Still, you can get your daily dose of art and culture at home with these new offerings.  Give one a try—your brain will thank you for it! 1. Reading:  Enjoy these […]

  • Can the Arts Help Us Heal Our Grief?

    While the COVID-19 pandemic has already claimed hundreds of thousands of lives worldwide, there is no running tally of the millions left behind to grieve for their loved ones. The weight and scale of this kind of loss in such a short period of time is difficult to fathom, but palpable. The world is collectively […]