Arts & Learning in the News

May 3 2017

As featured on -- By David Rothkopf

Art is not a luxury, not an adornment of civilization. It is a necessity. It is one of the central purposes of civilization. Artists lead in ways politicians, chief executives, or generals cannot. They enable us to explore the mysterious - deep within us and all around us. They find the universal within the quotidian and in what has never before been imagined - the links that bind us to one another in the most profound ways. more on

May 3 2017

As featured on -- By Joe Hall

 Mastry" at MOCA Grand Avenue on March 11, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Donato Sardella—Getty Images/MOCAImagine a 15-year-old girl exiting the current Kerry James Marshall retrospective at Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. She’s from Compton, or maybe South L.A. or MacArthur Park. Maybe it’s her first time visiting MOCA — or her hundredth. more on