Mattress Factory is excited to announce a new installation by Luftwerk as part of Factory Installed 2021 opening on Friday, March 12, 2021.
A conversation between Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Koblenz Lord Mayor David Langner.
Visit the virtual exhibition of German Street Fronts on Saxon industrial architecture.
The exhibition Germany Street Fronts is currently being presented at the Center for Architectural Culture in Dresden.
This convivial meal-at-a-distance will bring speakers to the kitchen table along with so-called invasive species from the US and Germany.
Place and Space asks how different materials from various forms of research communicate with each other.
The Current presents interdisciplinary research, methodological experiments and works of art that explore the Mississippi River.
This conversation takes place between two very different regions that are experiencing transformations prompted by the multiple disasters.
With the forthcoming election, photographer Jens Schwarz explores the dichotomous political identities within the American society.
View the digital exhibition of selected national and international artists by the Goethe Pop Up Seattle: NO LONGER AND NOT YET.
View the solo exhibition of the "curator's choice" artist from Goethe Pop Up Seattle's art call NO LONGER AND NOT YET.
In collaboration with Free Egunfemi Bangura and Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Wa Na Wari will reactivate its front of house as a memory space.
Join us for an artist talk about the KC iteration of There Are Black People in the Future feat. Alisha B. Wormsley & a group of KC artists.
Goethe Pop Up Seattle invites 3D artists to enter original work for the combined digital and physical exhibition "No Longer and Not Yet".
There Are Black People In The Future is a virtual residency led by artist Alisha B. Wormsley in collaboration with Project Row Houses.