Occupy Signmaking Workshop with Jason Lazarus

Jason Lazarus is a conceptual photographer whose diverse body of work includes Phase I, a collection of signs from the Occupy movement found online and replicated down to every last bend, tear, and letter in community workshops.

William Tecumseh Sherman, Portrait in a Minute

The National Portrait Gallery's Warren Perry discusses an 1866 painting of William Tecumseh Sherman by George Peter Alexander Healy. "War is war and not popularity-seeking." With these words to his Confederate opponent at Atlanta, General William T.

Sopheap Pich: A Room

Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich's A Room fills the Efroymson Family Entrance Pavilion with nearly 1,200 real and artificial bamboo strips extending 40 feet from the atrium's ceiling to floor.

Alex Bag on Cash From Chaos / Unicorns & Rainbows

Celebrated video artist Alex Bag inhabits tropes of mass culture to split them at the seams. This latest video for MOCAtv presents Bag's collaboration with Patterson Beckwith, a public access television show that aired from 1994-1997, and features in-depth interview with the artist.

Tang Museum: Graphic Jews - Negotiating Identity in Sequential Art

In this video, Gregory Spinner, Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Skidmore College talks about the long history of Jewish Americans and comics.

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