Death, disaster come calling in tar, paint and laytex sculpted on tile

“Early Morning May 20, 1986,” 1986, latex and tar on tile over Masonite. (Private collection, NewYork. © Donald Sultan) A yellow blaze surrounds the black silhouette of a firefighter, who faces the encroaching flames in the painting “Early Morning May 20, 1986.”  It is a tale of life and death, …

10 Native American Artists Challenge Boundaries of Tradition at National Museum of the American Indian’s Heye Center

Contemporary Native Media Art Exhibition Opens November 2017 in New York City August 8, 2017 The works of “Transformer: Native Art in Light and Sound” are electric, both literally and figuratively, providing timely expressions of indigenous worldviews. Contemporary indigenous art often reflects tradition, but it is commonly misinterpreted to exist …

Creating a handbook for achieving openness at scale

“Yeah, but how do you actually do that?” It’s the most common question our community fields, both on Opensource.com and at innumerable conferences and workshops. People tend to understand why practicing openness in the workplace leads to greater agility, better innovation, and increased engagment—they just need to know how to …