Michael T. Hertz: Censorship of art speaking of race has arisen again, this time in San Francisco, where the School Board considered spending $600,000 to paint over a mural.
Eric A. Gordon: The internationally acclaimed exhibition celebrates the work of more than 60 Black artists made over two revolutionary decades in American history, starting with the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Eric A. Gordon: There aren’t many places in the world where the Cold War culture of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union are taken as seriously as Wende Museum of the Cold War.
Joe Mathews: The Cultural Sector Retains Its Credibility, Imagination—and Ability to Bring People Together
Marie Miguel: At the peak of the World War II, women traded their faux fur to standard dresses with same patterns, while men no longer depended on custom suits because more comfortable, cheaper shirts and uniforms made more sense to wear.