Part of the university’s Artists on the Future series pairing famous artists with cultural thought leaders, this virtual event is free and open to the public.
Answering the Colonizers of Modernism
The paintings of Kenyan artist Michael Armitage present a particularly resonant response to the expanded, repackaged, and redefined offerings at the reopened MoMA.
Thelma Golden Leads a Panel on Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes’s Book on Harlem
In honor of the republication of The Sweet Flypaper of Life, Cooper Union will host a panel discussion on their work.
Thelma Golden Shares the Books that Inspired Her
The Studio Museum director will discuss the influence of books on her life and career with author Kaitlyn Greenidge at the New York Public Library.
Study Finds Female Museum Directors Lagging Behind Men
Though incremental improvements have been made in recent decades, women remain substantially underrepresented at museums in North America, according to a new report commissioned by the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD).
Museum as Tool: Directors on How They Run Their Art Institutions
SAVANNAH, Georgia — Curators organize groups of art objects into exhibitions. Might it be said that museum directors organize groups of exhibitions into an identity or an institution? The highlight of Savannah College of Art and Design’s deFINE Art conference last week came for me in the form of a panel gathering some of the most interesting art museums directors working today discussing how they thought about their jobs and responsibilities.