Justin Anthony

Justin Anthony is one of the founders of Artwork Archive, an online resource that provides artists and collectors powerful, easy-to-use tools to organize and manage their artwork.
In this interview, Anthony explains how it works and why he and his co-…

Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

Beth Stephens, Ph.D. has been a filmmaker, performance artist, activist and educator for three decades. Stephens is the Founding Director of E.A.R.T.H. Lab at UC Santa Cruz where she is the Department Chair and Professor of Art. In the last five years she has produced two new feature documentary films, and has shown many video […]

Debbie Hillyerd

Debbie joined Hauser & Wirth Somerset from Bath Spa University where, since 2004, she worked as an Associate Lecturer teaching Critical Studies, Fine Art and Curatorial Practice. Debbie also taught Visual Culture and Fine Art at the University of West of England, Bristol, Northbrook College, Brighton and Loughborough University. She has a PDSA ICT in […]

Rachel Klipa

Rachel Klipa works for the Office of Public Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her current research pertains to New Deal post-office murals by industrial designer Alexander J. Kostellow (1897-1954), and Serbia’s first modern artist Nadežda Petrović (1873-1915).  

Streaming Movie King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)

Colette Gaiter, Associate Professor of Visual Communication, Department of Art & Design, University of Delaware. After working in graphic design for ten years in Pittsburgh, Washington, DC and New York, she became an educator, artist and writer. She has exhibited her work internationally and in galleries, museums and public institutions in the United States such […]

Robert C. Morgan

Robert C. Morgan holds a Master of Fine Arts degree and a Ph.D. in Art History. He has lectured widely, written literally hundreds of critical essays, and curated numerous exhibitions. In 1999, he was awarded the first Arcale prize in International Art Criticism in Salamanca, and in 2011 was inducted into the European Academy of […]

Dr InĂªs Rolo Amado

Dr Inês Rolo Amado, Born in Portugal, works and lives in England. Her practice spans several media: sculpture, video, site-specific installation, and performance with a particular interest in interdisciplinary, collaboration, participatory and relational projects through a process of dialogue, interaction and exchange. Amado is the creator and organizer of the Interdisciplinary project Bread Matters. Her main area […]

Theresie Tungalik

I was born on the sea ice in the month of March at the Arctic Circle. My parents were traveling by dog team so I would be born in the community of Naujaat,  Nunavut. I have lived around art most of my life and it has inspired me as I am a fan of great creator of […]

Linda Earle

Linda Earle is an arts administrator educator, writer, grant-maker, and advocate of arts and social justice.    She is currently the Executive Director of the New York Arts Program an off campus study program serving undergraduates nationally in the visual, performing and media arts, writing and journalism. Before joining NYAP she served as the Executive Director […]

Diane Brown

RxArt Founder and Executive Director, Diane Brown, has forged a professional path that draws equally from her professional beginnings as a Pre-med student at the University of Wisconsin and from her career as a New York based gallerist, art dealer, and consultant. Brown has been active in the field of contemporary art since 1973; from 1976-1982, she owned […]