Make a Book with Meat (or other atypical materials)S6 Ep32 |Artist and designer Ben Denzer shares an assignment to make an ATYPICAL BOOK.
Art That Was Never FinishedS6 Ep29 |John Green shares some of his favorite unfinished artworks.
Make a Cut-Out with Cécile McLorin SalvantS6 Ep28 |She shares an art assignment on creating your own Theme and Variation Cut-Out.
Art Made in AdversityS6 Ep27 |Allison Smith shares her thoughts and books about art made in adverse circumstances.
Art That Brings Me ComfortS6 Ep26 |What art that brings you comfort right now?
Creativity is OverratedS6 Ep25 |You don't need to be creative or inspired to make art.
What This Painting Tells Us About Frida KahloS6 Ep24 |We take a close look at her painting The Two Fridas (Las Dos Fridas).
What Makes a Masterpiece?S6 Ep23 |What do we mean when we call an artwork a MASTERPIECE? Who decides which art becomes one?
Public Art Trip: New York CityOn this trip, we focus on the abundant public art around New York City.
Five Favorite Works of Art with Mike RugnettaThis week Mike Rugnetta joins us to share five of his favorite works of art.
Self Shape - Tschabalala SelfIf you were a shape, what shape would you be?
The Case for Ai WeiweiWho is Ai Weiwei? And why is he considered one of the most renowned artists of our time?
Combinatory Play - Pablo HelgueraThis week we meet Pablo Helguera, an artist, museum educator, and writer.
The Case for Performance ArtDubious of performance art? There’s a reason.
Vanessa Hill of BrainCraftWe interview the remarkable Vanessa Hill, creator of BrainCraft.
Exquisite Corpse - Hugo CrosthwaiteThis week we bring you an assignment from Hugo Crosthwaite.
Embarrassing Object EmpathyThis week we share some of your excellent responses to two past assignments.
About The Art Assignment
The Art Assignment is a weekly PBS Digital Studios production hosted by curator Sarah Green. We take you around the U.S. to meet working artists and solicit assignments from them that we can all complete.