"Out of Many, One" by artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada

"Out of Many, One" was commissioned by The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery and created by Cuban American urban artist, Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada. This giant portrait was placed temporarily on the National Mall and open to the public Oct. 4 through Oct.

Walking Down Mitchell

This short film provides a glimpse at the different events and tours that took place during the run of the Listening to Mitchell public art project.

Brian McCutcheon: Water Mining

Indianapolis artist Brian McCutcheon debuts a new piece titled “Water Mining,” an interactive sculpture built to collect and amplify the underwater sounds of the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park lake.

Haneen Rabie- Patina as Ornament in Reuse Design

Princeton University PhD candidate and Princeton University Art Museum Research Assistant Haneen Rabie discusses how patina functions as ornament in reuse design.

The Tale of the Heike

Learn more about the famous samurai story, the Tale of the Heike, and watch Asian Art Museum Storyteller, Leta Bushyhead, tell an excerpt from the tale.

TEAter-Totter: Human Betweens with Artist Jung Ran Bae

Watch artist Jung Ran Bae create sculptures for her installation, TEAter-Totter: Human Betweens, in the Korea galleries at the Asian Art Museum from late August 2014 through April 2015.

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