Film editing is one of the most important aspects of filmmaking, and since the dawn of cinema, women have played a pivotal role in Hollywood as editors.

Project to run during Women’s History Month at institutions including Tate Britain and Met in New York.

A surge of artists—many of them young and female—are engaging with Cubist techniques.

Why the best part of the entire Grammys was Joni Mitchell and Tracy Chapman.

We asked teachers to recommend their top book picks for students who say they “just aren’t that into reading.”

How diverse is the art in US museums? Do we see a commonality of nationalities, genders, or backgrounds appearing in art museums? And, which of these artists appear the most frequently?

Proceeds from Janice’s latest song, ‘Dance You Outta My Head,’ will go directly to her son Loren. She says she wanted the track “to bring joy and fun.”

Becoming a mother is a huge, complicated life transition that can rock every fiber of a person’s being. The process even has its own name: matrescence.

Hannah Carlson teaches dress history and material culture at the Rhode Island School of Design. She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the gender politics of why men get pockets when women don’t, and why pockets can be seen as signs of everything from laziness to respectability.

Put down the fridge magnets, this is how to showcase your kid’s masterpieces like an interior designer.