Some Indigenous artists say they've never been able to charge what their work is truly worth. Now, rising material costs are eating into profits.
Once their leases are up, New York gallery owners sometimes find that the community they’ve called home for years has transformed, and migrate to a new area en masse. Their latest stop? Tribeca.
Increasingly sophisticated text-to-image platforms are intensifying the debate about what art really is and whether only humans can create it.
Some creators who depend on the app for their livelihoods may have to adapt their marketing methods.
Most guaranteed income programs are geared at disadvantaged populations. These are tied to people's work.
NFTs can help artists bypass traditional channels, such as art galleries. But artists also have to navigate environmental, legal questions surrounding them.
“Time became the thing we identified as the ultimate privilege,” said Atiya Jones, a visual artist in Pittsburgh.
The editor in chief of the music site talks about virality versus hooks, how musicians make a living and the future of criticism.
The idea is that more copies of a given work makes art more accessible to a wider range of people with varying incomes.
Live music venues have largely gone dark during the pandemic, along with the economies of many historically vibrant music scenes throughout the country.