AFSCME found that out of $1.6 billion given to about 7,500 cultural institutions that qualified for PPP loans, about half of the money went to just 228 recipients.
A US District Judge ruled Turkey “slept on its rights” to the figurine by waiting until 2017 to seek its return, after it had been on view at the Metropolitan Museum for decades.
Today, activists painted the Andrew Jackson memorial in Washington, DC with a message: “Expect us.”
According to the site, one in 26 secondary schools nationwide has a Native mascot.
Elmhurst Hospital was hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. New public exhibitions honor the patients and staff members impacted.
A group of 24 lots in Swann Galleries’s record-breaking sale were offered to benefit the Brandywine Workshop and Archives in Philadelphia.
The National Museum of Norway announced the discovery of underdrawings hidden beneath the surface of their Edvard Munch painting, “Madonna.”
The joint gift features photographs by a mix of well-known and emerging artists, including Yto Barrada and Eva Koťátková.
The artist also called for a boycott of the Havana Biennial.
Through 20 billboards across North America, LANDBACK.Art Campaign asks: “What does land back mean to you?”
More than a year after the Manhattan museum promised to remove the long-disputed statue, it still stands.
A recent discovery marks the earliest known evidence of the production of animal-based clothing.