The Harlem Renaissance was an explosion of African-American culture and creativity that began in 1920s New York.
Art That Changed America
How has art – from photography to graffiti – changed the way America and American’s view themselves and the world?
The Golden Age of Sci-Fi Literature saw American authors combine factual science with fantastical fiction to take readers into the farthest reaches of the imagination.
As far back as the 1860s, LGBTQ+ people created safe spaces where they could celebrate their identities freely. Odd Fellow Balls became the birthplace of drag ball culture.
In 1960’s Chicanos, turned to the arts to express their frustration and reassert their cultural identity.
In protest against the Vietnam War American musicians wrote and performed hundreds of songs calling for peace and criticising the US government’s handling of the war.
A quick history of musical theater and its impact in America from the 19th century to today
On Halloween Eve 1938, CBS Radio – broadcast reports of a devastating alien invasion advancing on New York City. But all was not as it seemed.
The United States is home to some of the most eye-catching architecture in the world. But few American buildings are as iconic as the White House.
Explore the “pioneering era” of graffiti that took place during the years 1969 through 1974, as well as look at its appeal today.
Around the turn of the 20th century, artistic flair collided with new technology – to give birth to what is known as the Golden Age of Illustration.