On announcing Nat May as the curator for the 2018 PMA Biennial, PMA Deputy Director and Chief Curator Jessica May says, “His research is meticulous, his eye is keen, and his curiosity is unbounded.”
TEMPOart aims to understand the concept of the American dream through a summer lineup of temporary public art installations.
The Chart celebrates its anniversary with the most popular posts of 2016 so far and a readership survey to help us plan for our future.
How are artists responding to police brutality, system injustice, and the Black Lives Matter movement?
Mark Price is an artist living and working in Portland, Maine. Here’s what he’s been working on lately, and four quick questions about what he’s also looking at.
Able Baker Contemporary, a new artist-run space co-founded by Stephen Benenson and Hilary Irons, is set to officially open its doors on April 8 in downtown Portland.
SPACE Gallery announces the 2016 Kindling Fund Grantees
A look back at our first handful of issues with our top three posts of 2015.
Mark Jamra’s Phoreus Cherokee — used throughout The Chart — updates and modernizes the Cherokee language in an effort to preserve it in the digital age.