We spoke with Nicole Will, independent curator at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, about their newest exhibit on the late composer Arthur Russell, a pioneer of electronic music.
We spoke with recently knighted architect David Adjaye about designing the historic National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.
Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016, the latest exhibit at the Whitney Museum, brings cinema out of the movie theater and into the museum.
This fall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music presents The Cithara and the Aulos, an installation of psychedelic vinyl wallpaper. We sat down with the Brooklyn-based artist behind the work, Lauren Clay, to talk art, music, and inspiration.
Dr. Rudolph Tanzi talks the relationship between music and memory, and a new app designed to enhance the quality of life for those with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Contemporary artist Tom Fruin talks with The 10,000 about creating art with found materials, drawing inspiration from the mundane, and why persistance is so important for artists.
British artist Martin Creed's 25-foot tall, rotating neon-red sculpture proclaims a not-so-subtle message visible from Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Brooklyn Bridge: Understanding. Work No. 2630, UNDERSTANDING (2016) is Creed's largest public sculpture to date.
Jam in the Van is a solar-powered mobile recording studio that travels throughout the U.S. inviting artists of all levels of fame to jam. The 10,000 spoke with co-founders Jake Cotler and Dave Bell about how it all works.
Zach Walker is a UK-based multidisciplinary video artist who creates installations and interactive live performances using art, movement, and innovative digital technology.
A new digital art exhibit seeking to navigate the convergence of art and technology is currently on display in a most appropriate venue: Silicon Valley's Menlo Park.