The High Point childhood home of legendary jazz saxophone player John Coltrane is well on its way to becoming a tourist destination.
When the Taliban returned to power, cultural heritage advocates worried history might repeat itself and the group would destroy objects it found offensive. The museum is open now but has few visitors.
Members of Massachusetts's Wampanoag community say the people running the Patuxet living history site have done little to ingratiate themselves with tribes.
Motown-era buildings near the museum have been transformed into Hitsville NEXT, which will be home to camps, workshops, master classes and community events.
A 40-year-old interview between two major Black artists will be shown this month at Reynolda House Museum of American Art.
The Vienna Tourist Board is taking posts of nude and partially nude artwork found in the city's museums to a subscription service after content was removed from other social media sites.
Black artists celebrate ordinary moments of grace and kindness in a "borderless" online exhibition; creator Andrea Walls plans physical installations across Philadelphia as well.
The "Mind's Eye" audio experience is an aural escape during the pandemic, but it's actually designed for the blind community. The idea is to immerse listeners in a space that can be vividly imagined.
Police, who believe vandalism to be the cause, are unsure of the motive. German media is speculating a link to a conspiracy theory. The extent of the damage won't be clear until after restoration.