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This section informs the development of the artistic style and progress as an artist, much like the educational objectives and adjunct areas of study in criticism, art history, and art education that are explored in a program of studio courses. We have brought together quality resources to address these essential aspects of an art professional's career.
Want to learn programming fundamentals? Engage with a community of artists that use creative code in their practice? We recommend Processing, an open source programming language and environment designed to bridge the gap between programming and art. Creative coding skills are also transferable to other areas of an artist's professional practice, influencing website design and how to express your thoughts effectively.
"'Support Structures' is a manual for what bears, sustains, props, and holds up. While the work of supporting might traditionally appear as subsequent, unessential, and lacking value in itself, this manual is an attempt to restore attention to one of the neglected, yet crucial modes through which we apprehend and shape the world. ‘Support Structures’ addresses important questions for art and architecture practices on forms of display, organization, articulation, appropriation, autonomy, and temporariness, and the manifestations of blindness towards them."
e-flux is a publishing platform and archive, artist project, curatorial platform, and enterprise which was founded in 1998. Its news digest, events, exhibitions, schools, journal, books, and the art projects produced and/or disseminated by e-flux describe strains of critical discourse surrounding contemporary art, culture, and theory internationally.
The show creates a platform for the panel of art world professionals to demystify, in their own words, the most fundamental issues surrounding art and its place in broader society. And as a meta critique of the perceived gender imbalance of panel shows, all the show’s guests will be female. Discussion topics range from art and celebrity to gender politics to the art market.
The only series on television to focus exclusively on contemporary visual art and artists in the U.S., this Peabody Award-winning biennial program allows viewers to observe the artists at work, watch as they transform inspiration into art, and hear how they struggle with both the physical and visual challenges of achieving their visions. Both established and emerging artists are featured.
The Art Project is a unique collaboration with some of the world’s most acclaimed art institutions to enable people to discover and view artworks online in extraordinary detail. Working with over 250 institutions, we have put tens of thousands of works of art from more than 6,000 artists online.