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What do we mean when we call an artwork a MASTERPIECE? Who decides which art becomes one?
Video Games are fun, but are they art?
What is Art Therapy? How can you use aspects of it in your next art encounter?
What is it about this artwork that captivated audiences then and now?
Artist Maurizio Cattelan duct taped a banana to a wall and sold 5 editions of the artwork.
How is it changing the way we interpret and interact with art?
We explore his life as a poet and art curator at MoMA.
Corporate lobbies and board rooms are often graced with impressive art, but why?
Host Sarah Urist Green shares 40 reflections about art.
Why Impressionism is interesting and worth your attention and admiration.
Here are tips for how to sound like you understand art.
The life, art, and eating habits of the great Impressionist artist Claude Monet.
Empathy is a term we hear a lot, but what does it mean and how does it work?
Whose Migrant Mother was this?
There is plenty of art ABOUT space, but this video explores art ACTUALLY IN space.
What Does Resistance Look Like?
When we heard there was a video game about art and curating, we had to give it a try.
There is a huge range of ways that gender has been understood in the history of art.
Should Art Be Publicly Funded?
Migration is central to human experience, and art history reflects that.
Explore the art and life of Warhol through the food he depicted and the food he ate.
About The Art Assignment
The Art Assignment is a weekly PBS Digital Studios production hosted by curator Sarah Green. We take you around the U.S. to meet working artists and solicit assignments from them that we can all complete. For more, subscribe to The Art Assignment on YouTube: youtube.com/theartassignment.
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