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Four online exhibitions to check out this Pride month

This Pride month has started out a little different compared to others. In lieu of typical celebrations, many in the LGBTQ+ community have banded together in solidarity with Black Lives […]

Walker Art Center cuts ties with Minneapolis police

In an Instagram post on Wednesday afternoon, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis officially cut ties with the Minneapolis Police Department – for now. With their statement, the Walker Art […]

Major US museums slow to respond to the murder of George Floyd highlight systematic injustice in the art world

Museums across the US faced backlash from their communities when in the face of police brutality that resulted in the murder of George Floyd, they stayed silent or were slow […]

National Theatre School’s Art Apart program- a platform for early artists in isoaltion

Educational programs have been one of the institutions that most quickly needed to adjust to the current climate of COVID-19 adjustments. Especially with regards to those finishing grade school and […]

Art World Roundup: more COVID-19 news, an update on the boy thrown from the Tate, and #MuseumBouquet

In this week’s Art World Roundup, we cover more side effects of COVID-19, some more uplifting than others. We also have an update on the health of the boy who […]

Drawing Now Art Fair Paris

For 4 days, the Drawing now fair brings together 75 art galleries at the Carreau du Temple to draw up a panel representative of the diversity of the world of […]

Is the art world’s #MeToo reckoning coming?

A group of Pennsylvania art institutions, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, are struggling to contain a scandal which might have lingering ramifications for the global art world. The drama […]

“Ocean: Diving into the Unknown”

“Now in its fifth year, this exhibit unveils the world of stunning creatures and all the biodiversity of the deep”.

The Golden Age of English painting

This exhibit, composed of masterpieces from the Tate Britain, “highlights a key period in the history of painting in England, from the 1760’s to ca. 1820”. It seeks to create […]

Baltimore Museum of Art to collect works by women artists only in 2020

The Baltimore Museum of Art has decided that next year, they’re embarking on a serious effort to help change the imbalance of male to female artists. During 2020, the museum […]