Photoworks Festival (Brighton Photo Biennial)

Brighton Photo Biennial relaunches this year as the Photoworks Festival. The reshaping includes three prongs; an online digital festival hub using the festival's websites and social media, outdoor billboard exhibitions across Hove and Brighton, and a printed 'festival in a box.' This year's theme is Propositions for Alternative Narratives and includes work by artists Alberta […]


Denver Film Fest

Denver Film Fest 2020 is fully virtual and available online 2-8 Nov. Top 3 picks: 76 Days, Built Beautiful, and 'Til Kingdom Come.

Artissima XYZ – 2020 Unplugged

Artissima XYZ will be an immersive digital experience on a unique cross-media platform with experiential content. 5-9 November 2020


Polly Braden: GRAIN Photographer Talks

Documentary photographer Polly Braden will join GRAIN Photographer's Talks to discuss her work and practice. Braden's work reveals the unique intimacy that is gained between her and her subjects through in-depth and long-term collaborations. Her series highlight the often unconscious gestures and environmental interactions that convey an ongoing conversation.     Braden's most recent books […]


2020 Booker Prize Winner In Conversation

The 2020 Booker Prize Winner will have their first public event on 23 November, which will include a conversation on their novel and a Q&A.


UNTITLED ART Will Have Online Viewing Rooms For Miami Art Week

UNTITLED ART, the highly curated and artist-first international art fair, will continue their virtual reality art fair series during Miami Art Week 2020. With a mix of non-profit organizations and institutions, artist-run exhibition spaces, and international galleries, UNTITLED's Online Viewing Rooms will complement Miami Art Week's fusion of live and virtual events in December. Multiped […]

Lessons of the Hour by Isaac Julien – Conversation with Frieze

Terence Trouillot, Associate Editor, frieze, will moderate a conversation connected Lessons of the Hour by Isaac Julien at McEvoy Foundation for the Arts. Isaac Julien, Mark Nash, and Jennifer González will be assessing the question: Do universities play a key role in social justice by inspiring radical art practice?