While arts and cultural institutions regained some ground during 2021, they have not yet returned to 2019 levels.
Sarah Derris is a writer, filmmaker, and visual artist based in New York. Her films have screened in Los Angeles, Kunshan, China, and Durham, NC, and she is primarily interested in examining the potentiality and limitations of nostalgia and memory in her work.
Biden Reverses Trump-Era Arts Restrictions
Trump’s constrictive policy required that art in federal spaces “illustrate the ideals upon which our nation was founded” and excluded artists working in abstract styles.
Union Workers Strike at MFA Boston, Protesting Stagnant Wages and Delayed Negotiations
“Get up, get down! Boston is a union town,” strikers and local UAW supporters alike chanted in unison during a demonstration this morning, November 17.