Fondant, pie crust, and icing are the chosen mediums of the Blanton Museum’s annual bake-off, which asks competitors to recreate collection artworks as cakes.
The FBI is investigating the authenticity of works that are said to have been found in the storage unit of a Hollywood screenwriter.
The five ancient Egyptian works, worth over $3M, may be tied to an international trafficking ring.
The opening date for the museum, located at the former site of Gadsden’s Wharf in Charleston, has been anticipated for over two decades.
Collected in the late 1800s, the recently rediscovered platypus and echidna specimens were key to demonstrating that mammals could lay eggs.
The show’s curators called it “a politically motivated threat” toward the artist collective The Question of Funding, members of whom have been the target of antisemitism accusations.
The joke reflects crypto’s larger gender inequity problem.
Underpaid and under-resourced, funding their own equipment and health insurance, freelance photojournalists are barely hanging on — and risking their lives.
“Think of the planet,” said the vandal, who claimed to be a climate activist and was disguised as a woman in a wheelchair.
Leadership at the former plantation of James Madison was accused of terminating workers who advocated for descendants.
Staff cited wage discrepancies, allegedly inadequate responses to COVID-19 outbreaks, and being asked to do work outside their job description.
Workers told Hyperallergic that they were tired of meager pay and a lack of job security.