Wednesday Reading

Gordon Parks, Untitled, New York, New York, 1963.
Courtesy and © The Gordon Parks Foundation.

Read this article, and digitally visit the Gordon Parks Foundation’s archive to learn more about Parks’ legacy and lasting impact on capturing and preserving American history.

Artist Nick Cave discusses his iconic Soundsuits.

Take a virtual tour of Dress Up, Speak Up: Regalia and Resistance, at Cincinnati’s 21c Museum Hotel.

Explore the Metropolitan Museum of Art through children’s books.

AllArts rounds up “Fair use felines: The enduring legacy of cats as art.”

"Art says “stop looking at my face or the clothes that I wear and look at another important part of me.” It’s the part of me I can’t talk about so I dance it or paint it or compose music about it."

— Ernest Crichlow, the Stanford Advocate

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