Norman Rockwell is considered one of America’s most beloved and influential artists, painting scenes of ordinary Americans at work.
Political Artwork archive on Democracy Chronicles
These Political Artwork articles reflect the strong relationship between the arts and politics, particularly between various kinds of art and power, occurs across historical epochs and cultures. As they respond to contemporaneous events and politics, the arts take on political as well as social dimensions, becoming themselves a focus of controversy and even a force of political as well as social change. Also see our main section on Political Art or our extensive articles on World Protest.
A new museum opening at Statue of Liberty gives visitors another opportunity to explore history and the impact the iconic structure has had on the world.
The Ugandan singer and legislator known as Bobi Wine has vowed to continue using music to denounce longtime President Yoweri Museveni.
Narrow alleys of poor neighborhood in Pakistani city of Karachi known for drugs, children are learning about peace and tolerance from string puppets.
Director John Singleton made the Oscar-nominated “Boyz N the Hood” and continued to probe the lives of black communities in his native Los Angeles.
As talks between Sudan’s protesters and the military make slow progress on the issue of civilian rule, one group is creating a colorful push to the process.
CRNI is saddened to report that past winner of our Courage in Editorial Cartooning Award Musa Kart is once again a prisoner in Turkey this evening.
The Organisation for refugee and displaced cartoonists has announced a new international cartooning award dedicated exclusively to promote women.
In Tribeca Film Festival, documentaries tragedy seen in first person as “The Apollo,” several films use personal video footage as portals into tragic pasts.
After the Sudanese military ousted al-Bashir as president and seized control of the country, protesters continue to demand representation and civilian rule.