Also, activists crashed the British Museum’s reopening weekend to protest Big Oil sponsorship, and more.
Week in Review
Week in Review: Bethlehem Arts Center Raided by Israeli Army; Whitney Museum Employees Unionize
Also, researchers say that ancient cave paintings are deteriorating due to climate change, and more.
Week in Review: NYC Launched WPA-style Initiative; Turner Prize Nominee Criticizes Tate
Also, Palestinian actress Maisa Abd Elhadi was shot by Israeli police during a protest, and more.
Week in Review: Activists and MoMA Clash Over Protest; National Gallery Lays Off Retail Staff
Also, Indigenous petroglyphs in Utah have been defaced with a white supremacist slogan, and more.
Week in Review: Penn Museum Admits to Storing Remains of MOVE Bombing Victims; MoMA Appoints New Board Chair
Also, check out this tribute to NYC’s beloved bodega cats, and more.
Week in Review: African Film Archive Destroyed in Fire; NY Museums Can Open at 50%
Also, PAIN activists say they were followed by PIs hired by the Sacklers, and more.
Week in Review: Penn Museum to Repatriate Skulls of Enslaved People; MoMA “Strike” Launches
Also, a survey by the American Alliance of Museums revealed the toll of the pandemic on museum workers’ mental health, and more.
Week in Review: Asian American Arts Workers Denounce White Supremacy; NFT Prices Plummet
Also, Philly activists plan a protest at the Penn Museum to demand the repatriation of the stolen skulls of enslaved people, and more.
Week in Review: Leon Black to Cede Role as MoMA Chair; 5Pointz Site Whitewashed
Also, LA displaced unhoused community members from Echo Park, leaving behind a community art-led garden, and more.
Week in Review: Columbia Students File Class-action Lawsuit; LA Museums Can Now Reopen
Also, over 600 part-time faculty at the New School in New York City have signed a petition denouncing “skyrocketing healthcare costs,” and more.
Week in Review: Artist’s TIME Cover Denounces Anti-Asian Hate Crimes; NFTs Stolen by Hackers
Also, artists withdrew from an MCA Chicago exhibition in solidarity with laid-off workers, and more.
Week in Review: The Environmental Footprint of NFT Art; $470M for Cultural Funding in Stimulus Package
Also, activists painted a mural of the names of femicide victims outside of Mexico’s presidential palace, and more.