Victoria Munro Talks Historic LGBTQ Alice Austen House Museum
The internationally recognized artist, writer, speaker and curator created the book through his experiences as an artist-in residence at the site.
Two HAHS sites highlighted in article about nine artists’ studios—in locations from Cape Town to Cornwall.
The exhibition Charles E. Burchfield: Weather Event is currently on view at Montclair and will remain on display through January 8, 2018.
Jasper Johns plans to turn his bucolic Connecticut home and studio into an Artists’ Retreat where up to two dozen artists will get live-work spaces where they can devote themselves to their art.
Daniel Chester French, who worked on the Lincoln Memorial at Chesterwood (Stockbridge, MA) created the iconic statue that ranks #1 in the country.
A recent feature in The Day, highlights grant award for a plan, in part inspired by archival photos such a this one.
Home of American Impressionist painter T.C. Steele named as one of top ten locales for plein air painters today.
This season's exhibition at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, "KIKI SMITH/From the Creek" highlighted in The New York Times.
Chesterwood will present third annual lecture about French's life in NYC: “City and Country: Daniel Chester French and Studio Life.”