Staff of the Asian Art Museum deinstall a Burmese throne for a Buddha image. The video footage has been sped-up 500x!
"Out of Many, One" was commissioned by The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery and created by Cuban American urban artist, Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada. This giant portrait was placed temporarily on the National Mall and open to the public Oct. 4 through Oct.
This short film provides a glimpse at the different events and tours that took place during the run of the Listening to Mitchell public art project.
Indianapolis artist Brian McCutcheon debuts a new piece titled “Water Mining,” an interactive sculpture built to collect and amplify the underwater sounds of the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park lake.
Princeton University PhD candidate and Princeton University Art Museum Research Assistant Haneen Rabie discusses how patina functions as ornament in reuse design.