A steam-powered statement, a raucous response to racism

As in all of Walker’s work, the darkness in The Katastwóf Karavan is shot through with strange whimsy and irony | Kara Walker with Jason Moran, New Orleans

Prison-issues study center by day, nightclub by night

Education, dance, and a record album, all aimed at ending mass incarceration | Phil Collins, The Fortune Society, and Creative Time, New York

A movement to give women muralists their due in Argentina and beyond

Large-scale portraits of women invite both admiration and contemplation | Mariela Ajras, Buenos Aires

Staying put when gentrification starts taking over

Artists respond to gentrification in New York City's Chinatown | Chinatown Art Brigade, New York

Mural honoring Ojibwe woman acts as peaceful protest

Ganawenjige Onigam acts as a peaceful protest in favor of gender equity, education, and renewable energy | Votan Ik, Duluth.

Remembering murdered and missing indigenous women

A traveling memorial pays tribute to missing and murdered indigenous women | Christi Belcourt, Traveling memorial

Room for Everyone

A new public art administrator’s path to reaching underrepresented artists | Joan Vorderbruggen, Minneapolis

Facing the Reality of Racial Terror

A memorial challenges Confederate monuments | Equal Justice Initiative, Montgomery, AL

Luxury to Forget

A project prompts discussion about our justice system | Emily Baxter, Minnesota

Monumental Changes

New thinking about historical monuments | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania