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Zoe Sullivan

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18 December 2019

New York City, New York, United States

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Bringing labor organizing practices to the art world strengthens the fight for equitable pay. Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.) provides certification to arts organizations that agree to minimum pay s...

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Noah Jones

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1 November 2019

Hilliard, Ohio, United States

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Involving a community can bring value to public art. Following protracted discussions, the Hilliard Public Arts Commission succeeded in drawing up guidelines with the approval of the city as well as securing a small p...

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Damon Mitchell

9 October 2019

Detroit, Michigan, United States

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A more diverse theater scene requires arts and culture organizations that embrace and reflect communities of color. In Detroit, Michigan, the nonprofit Black and Brown Theatre works to eliminate barriers for actors of...

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Monica Humphries

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16 April 2019

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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For individuals who are homeless or otherwise disadvantaged, art can be more than therapeutic—it can be lucrative. ArtLifting, a public benefit corporation started in Boston, MA, specializes in helping homeless and di...

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Gregory Scruggs

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25 March 2019

Seattle, Washington, United States

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Publicly-owned galleries can provide an open, inclusive space for both artists and the community. In Seattle, the Office of Arts and Culture renovated the disused third floor of the King Street Station, turning it int...

The Philadelphia Citizen

Celeste Hamilton Dennis

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27 February 2019

Portland, Oregon, United States

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Producing art has a positive influence on the health of senior citizens. In addition to promoting the work of artists aged sixty and above in galleries and exhibitions, the Geezer Galley in Portland, Oregon, leads art...

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Audrey F. Henderson

29 August 2018

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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The Cleveland Museum of Art has developed a multi-faceted plan to close the large disparity between the demographics of the community it serves and the demographics of its staff and visitors. Initiatives in the plan i...

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Rikki Bird

21 August 2018

New York, New York, United States

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Dario Calmese’s Black Art Yearbook captures candid portraits of curators, collectors, dealers and other people who support the creation of black art. In this way, Calmese is making a historical record of an exciting m...

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Mark Byrnes

9 August 2018

Buffalo, New York, United States

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Buffalo’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery created the position of public art curator in 2014. Since then, a combination of public and private funding has created site-specific public art across the city bringing prominent a...

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Eileen Kinsella

1 August 2018

New York, New York, United States

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The Kenan Trust is philanthropic foundation that supports “social practice art,” in which the arts facilitate change like restoring homes in urban areas and revitalizing immigration services. Their funds have reached ...

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Sarah Cascone

25 July 2018

London, England

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In order to share jewels of its collection as well as place artwork in locations tied to its content, the National Portrait Gallery has initiated a new project to loan work to museums around England. The piece selecte...

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Kate Brown

24 July 2018

Tallinn, Estonia

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Through a mix of government regulation and robust collaboration, a thriving artistic community has been established in Estonia. The pillars of this community include an artist’s union, transparency regarding sales, an...

The New York Times

Andrew Chow

16 July 2018

New York, New York, United States

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Through their library card, New York City residents can now receive free admission to over thirty prominent cultural institutions. The goal of this new program, named Culture Pass, is to designed to provide underserve...

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Amanda Ostuni

8 March 2018

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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Minneapolis’ Twin Cities Black Film Festival highlights the work of black actors and filmmakers for the last sixteen years. It also helps grow the next generation of filmmakers through workshops as well as helping to ...

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Jill Vejnoska

8 February 2018

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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Atlanta’s High Museum has taken a multi-faceted approach to diversifying the demographics of museum visitors as well as museum staff. These include internal and external focus groups, curatorial fellowships, a simple ...

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Catesby Holmes

31 December 2017

New York, New York, United States

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Museums all over the country are trying to attract diverse audiences. One of those is the Frick museum in New York which has a program called the Ghetto Film School project. Twenty students from the Bronx are select...

Cleveland.com (The Plain Dealer)

Steven Litt

30 November 2017

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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In order to address the lack of diversity among mid- and senior-level art museum management, the Cleveland Museum of Art received a $750,000 grant from the Ford Foundation. Initiatives implemented as part of this gran...

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Sophia Paliza-Carre

11 April 2017

Staten Island, New York, United States

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To help develop the arts scene and also increase economic development in the North Shore area of Staten Island, one family formed a non-profit organization to renovate the St. George Theatre and build it up as a revi...

The Atlantic

Deborah Fallows

9 September 2016

Eastport, Maine, United States

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Creating spaces for art and artists to thrive can have a positive impact on a city’s economy. By converting disused buildings into studio spaces and galleries for artists, the Tides Institute and Museum of Art (TIMA) ...

South China Morning Post

Enid Tsui

10 February 2015

Yangon, Myanmar

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After decades of government repression and censorship, Myanmar’s civilian government has allowed for freer creative expression. The Hong Kong based Asia Art Archive is helping to develop the infrastructure of an arts ...

The Atlantic

John Tierney

11 December 2014

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

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Investments into the arts serve as significant economic catalysts. In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, legacy foundations like the Heinz Endowments, Benedum Foundation, and Richard King Mellon Foundation pooled their resourc...

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