Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: in a time of despair, making the impossible possible

Jun 1, 2020

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This week, Annie Dugan brings us stories about how public art is how we cope with - and grieve - the death of George Floyd.

Who knew there was such a thing as the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture - but that they're not "the government"?

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The Black Visions Collective is just one of the many places for people to look to Black leaders to show the way for potential allies.

One of the Prøve Gallery's directors is reinventing their voice as a teacher ...

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The artist Christo, who made the impossible possible, died over the weekend at 84 of natural causes ...

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And if you've resorted to covering your face with a sticky note on Zoom meetings, maybe it's time to try your hand at your own self-portrait and make your uneasiness into a creative endeavor.