Food insecurity is a huge problem around the world. As rates of unemployment have soared, families are having trouble making ends meet. That’s where community food banks play an important role; they help those who are struggling and provide them with food and other essential items. Food banks are always in need of donations from those with more means. But what should you donate?
We've seen sculptures spring up unexpectedly in random locations recently—including the mysterious monolith—but there was a particularly poignant pop-up over...
My Modern Met was founded in 2008 with the idea of being one big city that celebrates creativity.
Every December, the Norwegian Nobel Committee presents the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize in the presence of the King of Norway and dignitaries from around the world. Alfred Nobel—a 19th-century Swedish industrialist and inventor—established the honor as part of his legacy of Nobel Prizes which are awarded yearly in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Economics, Literature, and Peace. The Peace Prize often garners special attention.
The Black Lives Matter movement has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for the way in which it...
The arts truly have the power to change lives.
Whether he's creating photographs for advertising campaigns, capturing dynamic snapshots of the body in motion, or making conceptual fine art photography, California-based fine art photographer Tim Tadder always finds a way to arrest the viewer’s interest with his unique imagery. His latest series of striking and dramatic photographs, titled Black is a Color, is no exception.
Just because you can’t see it, does that mean it isn’t there?
COVID has disrupted many areas of life in 2020.
At My Modern Met, we believe that art is a fundamental part of being human. Access to it is critical. Whether this involves learning how to draw, reading art history, or discovering the work of an emerging artist, engagement with creativity is something that needs to be fostered—and protected. We are dedicated to making sure that access to art is possible for everyone.
Photographer Jon Henry uses his artistic voice to offer a moving perspective on the murder of Black people by U.S.
How many 8-year-olds do you know that can say they’re a two-time published author and the co-founder of a non-profit?