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At the Morgan, Medieval Monsters Instruct and Entertain

Gorgeous illuminated manuscripts illustrate a broad concept of what monsters were -- and meant -- in medieval Europe.

Spanish Masterpieces Bridge Cultures at the San Antonio Museum of Art

500 years of Spanish art makes the point that culture links us, rather than separates us.

Elon Musk’s School: For Rich Families Who Don’t Care About Arts...

Ad Astra has some innovative but very flawed ideas about modern education.

Why Deana Lawson, Artist, Silenced Steven Nelson, Scholar

To defend her brand, an artist silenced a scholarly critique of her work. Why you should be terrified.

10 Nominees for Trump’s Chair, National Endowment for the Arts

There's a deep, eclectic bench ready to lead the agency.

How to Make a Black Man Disappear From Broadway

Here's what Ben Brantley did -- or didn't do -- in his review of "Angels in America" on Broadway.

Boys in What? Sometimes It’s Just Beautiful and That’s OK

Fathers don't have to an obstacle to their sons taking ballet.

“To Be a Rumor”: A Collective Homage to Sam Miller

Remembering a great, illusive, sly, curious, brilliant thought leader and champion of the arts.

Will Robots Replace Human Artists?

In this podcast, we speak with authors John Biggs and B.J. Mendelson on the future of social media and A.I.

Superfine! Is a New Kind of Art Fair: Welcoming and Affordable

Affordable values -- and a love of both artists and collectors.

Navigating History, Religion in ‘The Last Watchman of Old Cairo’

Why take time to read a book about time? For quiet revelations and epiphanies.

No Place Like MOME: How Julie Menin Champions NYC Arts

NYC's Commissioner of Media and Entertainment delivers promising successes.

Thriving in Science, Working as Artist? Here’s an Elegant Proof

No, we're not all brooding eccentrics.

Measuring the Impact of the Arts? Remember: Data Early, Data First

The first in a three-part series by a nonprofit consultant who knows the front lines.

Why Did BAM Hire David Binder?

He will lead the most important and successful American not-for-profit contemporary performing arts institution of the last 40 years.

Space, the Final Frontier: Sokoloff Is On To Something Big

With 750,000 artists and audiences expected, she has the vision of a town. Call it "Town Stages."

Should Museums Decline Donations From Big Pharma?

In December, The New York Times published an article raising the question of whether or not museums should be more thorough in vetting donors. The...

South Korean Novelist Plays America (Nods to Camus and Homer)

Eventually, J.M. Lee may or may not write the Great South Korean Novel.

The Federation: Keeping Our Trump-Era Cultural Borders Open

A new coalition urges artists to be louder and more visible than ever.
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