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 » 21 February Portland Loses An Arts Institution – And It Happened Out Of Sight Of The Community
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 » 20 February European Parliament Calls For Overhauling EU Rules On Restitution Of Looted Art
 » 20 February The Campaign Against Sackler Family Cash In The Arts World May Have Reached A Turning Point
 » 20 February You’re The Joffrey Ballet’s Head Of Wardrobe, And It’s Opening Night Of A Massive, Brand-New Story Ballet
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 » 20 February Ai Weiwei And Frank Gehry, Sitting Around And Talking
 » 20 February Here’s A Good Primer On The Challenges (And Accomplishments So Far) Of Artificial Intelligence
 » 20 February MacDowell Colony Gets A New Director
 » 20 February How Your Body And Your Brain Work Together To Perceive The World
 » 20 February What are Our Writing Tools Doing To Writing? (And Reading?)
 » 20 February What If We’re Trying To Find The Theory Of Everything In The Wrong Places?
 » 20 February Graduate Assistantships in Arts Administration
 » 20 February Dutch composer Joël Bons wins Grawemeyer award
 » 20 February Premio Santa Cecilia 2018 for Alexander Comitas
 » 19 February Felix Mildenberger
 » 19 February Drumul Dracului
 » 19 February Michael Francis
 » 19 February Australian Dance Awards For 2019 Cancelled
 » 19 February Bozeman (MT) Symphony Music Director Resigns Following Accusations Of Bullying
 » 19 February French Court Throws Out Suit To Block Release Of Film About Sexual Abuse By Priest
 » 19 February Roughly 2,000 Objects Have Been Recovered From Ashes Of Brazil’s National Museum
 » 19 February Charlotte, NC Considers Sales Tax Hike To Fund Arts
 » 19 February After Series Of Flops, Amazon Re-Orients Its Filmmaking Product Line
 » 19 February After 109 Years, Yale Whiffenpoofs Admit A Female
 » 19 February Met Museum Closes Show And Returns Golden Casket To Egypt
 » 19 February Why Jessica Lang Decided To Shut Down Her Dance Company
 » 19 February What Comedy Tells Us About Ourselves — And How We’re Changing
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 » 19 February Blackface Minstrelsy, America’s First Cultural Export
 » 19 February Monty Python Snubs V&A Museum For Proposed Show
 » 19 February W.H. Auden Hated His Anti-Fascist Poems
 » 19 February The Salvador Mundi Has Disappeared. Where Is It?
 » 19 February Salvaging Alan Jay Lerner’s Biggest Flop, A Musical ‘Lolita’
 » 19 February Heavy Metal Has A Nazi Problem. But What To Do About It?
 » 19 February Why Do The Covers Of Novels Always Have The Phrase ‘A Novel’ On Them?
 » 19 February Classical Music Is Broken Online. What iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music And The Others Should Do About It
 » 19 February If Netflix’s Roma Wins Oscars’ Best Picture, It Will Change The Movie Business Forever
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 » 19 February “Telegraph” Gaffe: Louvre Affirms Its Hope to Display the Elusive Leonardo “Salvator Mundi”
 » 19 February California Fire’s Aftermath: A Prominent Artist Loses Decades Of Work, Documentation
 » 19 February Stop For A Moment To Appreciate How Much We Depend On Standards
 » 19 February SFMoMA To Sell Rothko Painting To Help Diversify Its Collection
 » 19 February Fakes Everywhere – It’s Just About Impossible Now To Figure Out What’s Real
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 » 19 February Aribert Reimann honored for lifetime achievement
 » 19 February Louis Andriessen receives honorary doctorate
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 » 18 February The Scandalously Mismanaged Garden Bridge
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 » 18 February The Tate Modern’s Angry Neighbors Entirely Missed The Point Of Cities
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 » 18 February The Case Of The Ubiquitous Five-Floor Apartment Block, Or, Why American Cities All Look The Same
 » 18 February Booker Prizewinner Marlon James On Following Up His Literary Novel With An Epic African Fantasy Trilogy
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 » 18 February Ryan Adams Is The Tip Of An Indie Male Iceberg Of Terrible Behavior ‘Visible From Space’
 » 18 February Fears Of A Crackdown On Artists In Cuba
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 » 18 February The Lincoln Memorial Is Iconic, But It Might Have Been Very Different
 » 17 February Bruno Ganz, The Swiss Actor Who Played An Angel And Hitler, Has Died At 77
 » 17 February A San Francisco Theatre Has To Cancel A Show Because A Government Agency Decides It’s Not Unique Enough
 » 17 February This Map Of The Bezos Story Looks Like It Came From An Amazon Original Police Story
 » 17 February Why Do Audiences Love Comedy, But Not Comedies?
 » 17 February The Dancing Soldier From South Wales
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 » 17 February What The Academy Should Drop From The Live Broadcast: The Shorts
 » 17 February Rethinking The Purpose Of British Arts Institutions
 » 17 February Propwatch: The celery in Berberian Sound Studio
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 » 17 February Finding a World
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 » 17 February Italian Film Star Claudia Cardinale On A Life Working With Directors Like Fellini, Visconti, Leone, And Herzog
 » 17 February The Theremin Had A Life Before Sci-Fi Movies Took It Over
 » 16 February Premio Nacional de Artes Musicales for Juan Allende Blin
 » 16 February Gómez-Martínez 'Doctor honoris causa' in Madrid
 » 16 February The Naxos Ring
 » 16 February Cultural Jail
 » 16 February John McCabe
 » 16 February Martina Sciotto
 » 16 February A Troubling Concert: The Week in Classical Music
 » 16 February How Hip-Hop Choreographer Rennie Harris Makes A Major Piece On The Alvin Ailey Dancers
 » 16 February Were The Arts Impacted By The American Government Shutdown?
 » 16 February Chicago Opera Theatre’s New Director: Chicago To Lead New Opera Revolution
 » 16 February Canada’s National Gallery Gets A New Director
 » 16 February The Curious Story About The Musician Who Faked His Live Performances?
 » 16 February A Project To Democratize The Publishing Of Art Books
 » 16 February When Science Became Stories (Surprise – It Got Popular)
 » 15 February A Pianist Swings Hard in Both Classical and Jazz
 » 15 February Was Yuja Wang’s Concert Satirical or Offensive? It’s Complicated
 » 15 February Review: Thomas Dausgaard Should Be a Philharmonic Regular
 » 15 February Weekend Extra: Meet The Mrudangam
 » 15 February The last of the big-time donors?
 » 15 February Dolly Parton Expands Her Free-Books-For-Kids Program To A Fifth Country
 » 15 February Government Audit Slams France’s National Workshop For Historical Furnishings
 » 15 February Playback Theatre As Therapy For Traumatized Syrian War Refugees
 » 15 February This Year’s Serpentine Pavilion Will Look Like Floating Clouds Of Slate
 » 15 February Publisher Betty Ballantine, Who Helped Create The Modern Paperback, Dead At 99
 » 15 February Boston Symphony And Principal Flute Elizabeth Rowe Settle Equal-Pay Lawsuit
 » 15 February Chicago Symphony Musicians Vote To Authorize Strike
 » 15 February Art Dealer Mary Boone Sentenced To Prison For Tax Fraud
 » 15 February Minnesota Public Radio Opens New Online Portal For Immigrants
 » 15 February Why Tamara Rojo And Akram Khan Were Brave Enough To Redo ‘Giselle’
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 » 15 February The Naked Pharaoh Speaks! Anthony Roth Costanzo On How Playing Philip Glass’s Akhnaten Has Changed Him
 » 15 February Did Dan Mallory Also Plagiarize His Best-Selling Novel? (Along With His Other Problems)
 » 15 February ‘Leonard Bernstein’s Black America’
 » 15 February Study Suggests That Small Teams Of Scientists Are More Innovative Than Large Ones
 » 15 February This Theatre Keeps 180,000 Bees On Its Roof
 » 15 February Arts Philanthropy Is Losing Out
 » 15 February The Tart, Testy ‘Vinegar Valentines’ Of The 19th Century
 » 15 February Amazon Pulls Out Of Plans For Queens – When Company Culture Doesn’t Need Local Grief
 » 15 February Lion awards for George Benjamin and Matteo Franceschini
 » 15 February Kids and Culture? There’s So Much to Talk About
 » 15 February 8 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 15 February ABT To Perform On Cruise Ships
 » 15 February The Viral Influencer Market – How Organizing Attention Works
 » 15 February We Need A Different Way Of Thinking About Digital Art
 » 15 February Leonard Pitts: On Writing About Race In America
 » 15 February 2019 Ford Musician Awards
 » 15 February Why We Dance: Six Seattle Dancers Explain
 » 15 February Dean, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts
 » 14 February Garsington Partnerships
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 » 14 February Eric Lu
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 » 14 February Tan Dun
 » 14 February Falling Into The Rabbit Hole Of The Internet (Never To Be Seen Again)
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 » 14 February Mel A. Tomlinson, Who Danced With Three Of America’s Great Ballet Companies, Dead At 65
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 » 14 February Why People Devour Novels About Food, And Why Novelists Cook Them Up
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 » 14 February Postcard From The Edge (Of Elko): A Report From The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering
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 » 14 February The Thriving Theatre Scene In Mexico’s Prisons
 » 14 February Star Singer/Songwriter Ryan Adams Accused Of Manipulation, Abuse
 » 14 February For Black Talent Agents, It’s Hard Out There In Hollywood
 » 14 February Steven Soderbergh On How The Movies Have (Are) Changing
 » 14 February This Man Could Have Been The Great American Impressionist Composer
 » 14 February Blow My Mind: How The Brain Constructs Timelines Of Memories
 » 14 February Why Was Zhang Yimou’s Latest Film Pulled From The Berlin Film Festival?
 » 14 February Oscars Cut Televising Some Categories In Pursuit Of Ratings. What’s Next?
 » 14 February Russia Is Cutting Itself Off From The Rest Of The Internet (Temporarily). But Is This Prelude To Something Bigger?
 » 14 February Human Debate Champion Finally Beats IBM’s Artificial Intelligence Machine
 » 14 February Movie Industry Weighs In On Oscars’ Decision To X Televising Cinematography Awards
 » 14 February After 112 Years, The Oregon College Of Arts And Crafts Is To Close And Be Sold. But Why?
 » 14 February In The Get-A-Life Department: Instagram Users Lose Followers And Freak Out
 » 13 February This Is That Song From ‘Russian Doll’
 » 13 February Can a Star Conductor Finally Make It Work in America?
 » 13 February British Critic Alun Morgan Is Gone
 » 13 February Propwatch: the strap-on in ‘When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other’
 » 13 February Anne-Sophie Mutter And Grandmaster Flash Win 2019 Polar Music Prize
 » 13 February Strike Is Over At Vancouver Art Gallery
 » 13 February Those Who Bought Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Lawsuits: Judge Tosses Out Case Brought By Neighbors Of Tate Modern
 » 13 February Suddenly, Kalamazoo Symphony’s CEO Is Gone
 » 13 February Professional-Level Arts Are Thoroughly Subsidized By (If Not Addicted To) Unpaid Labor
 » 13 February Philly’s Latin Dance Studios Keep Closing Or Moving Out Of Town
 » 13 February The Waltons Aren’t The Only Big Arts Philanthropists In Arkansas
 » 13 February Broadway Is Being More Chill About Licensing Shows To High Schools
 » 13 February How Social Media Got ‘Be More Chill’ To Broadway
 » 13 February What You Get When You Cross A Dancer With An Acrobat
 » 13 February Abridge Too Far — Is It Ever Okay To Perform An Opera Cut Down By Half Or More?
 » 13 February What Language Do They Speak In The Balkans? The Birth, Life, And Death Of Serbo-Croatian
 » 13 February How Did The Shed Raise Nearly Half A Billion Dollars For A Building That Has Never Been Done Before?
 » 13 February Why We Keep Falling For Lying Memoirs
 » 13 February Decade-Long Study: Students Who Study The Arts Get Better Overall Grades
 » 13 February Ron Hutchinson, Who Restored Sound To Early Films, Dead At 67
 » 13 February The Atlas Of Endangered Alphabets
 » 13 February John Mason, 91, Pioneer Of Abstract Ceramic Sculpture
 » 13 February James Turrell’s Roden Crater Set To Open After 45 Years And New Funding (Including $10M From Kanye West)
 » 13 February New Conservation Center & Stellar Van Gogh Show: David Bomford’s Last Hurrahs at MFA, Houston
 » 13 February What Happened When Three Philosophers Put An ‘Ask A Philosopher’ Booth On A Manhattan Street Corner
 » 13 February What Makes Us Human: Laughter?
 » 13 February Disability As Strength – Except When Portrayed As Cliche In The Theatre
 » 13 February How This Year’s Oscar Nominees Got To Be Oscar Nominees
 » 13 February The Cities That Fall Into A Branding Trap
 » 13 February How The Red Carpet Became Such A Thing
 » 13 February Programming Manager, Joyce Theatre
 » 13 February How Neuroscience Is Going to Change The Business Of Finding An Audience
 » 12 February Review: Yuja Wang, Trying Comedy, Shows How Funny Virtuosity Can Be
 » 12 February A Two-Piano Encounter
 » 12 February Accessibility and its discontents
 » 12 February Dancing Community
 » 12 February Kahlo: It’s Fridalandia in Brooklyn
 » 12 February English Arts Orgs Are Becoming A Bit More Diverse, But Too Slowly: Report
 » 12 February Stage Manager Sues Royal Opera House For £200,000 Over Falling Curtain
 » 12 February Tomi Ungerer, 87, Artist And Author Who Specialized In Children’s Lit And Weird Erotica
 » 12 February Norton Museum Of Art In Palm Beach Reopens After $100 Million Renovation/Expansion
 » 12 February Robert Ryman, Abstract Painter Who Had A Way With White, Dead At 88
 » 12 February Dance Meets Urbanism — Could Choreographers Help Create Better Cities?
 » 12 February How A Teenager’s Lecture On The US Constitution Made It To Broadway
 » 12 February ‘Melancholia: The Diamond’ – Lars Von Trier Wants To Recreate All His Films As Gemstones (With Virtual Reality Attached)
 » 12 February Play Under Attack For Using Puppet To Play Autistic Child
 » 12 February How Music Gives You The Chills
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 » 12 February So Your Books Are Balanced. What Does That Have To Do With Your Mission?
 » 12 February Why Bodice-Rippers Have Become Big Business
 » 12 February New Concert Hall Designed By Frank Gehry Proposed For Wimbledon
 » 12 February That Old Saw ‘Eskimos Have 50 Words For Snow’? Every Word Of It Is Wrong
 » 12 February A Prescient Warning From 1994 About Dangers Of A Distraction Culture
 » 12 February Lost Soviet Art (Good Art, No Less) Keeps Turning Up In Kazakhstan’s Largest City
 » 12 February A Sense Of Doom In The Air (What, Me Worry?)
 » 12 February Why Scientists Are Rethinking The Whole Idea Of Animal Consciousness
 » 12 February The Bluegrass Song About Atonal Music That’s Gone Viral On YouTube
 » 12 February University Suspends Professor For Reading James Baldwin Aloud In Class
 » 12 February Why Instagram “Museums” Are Such Hollow Experiences
 » 12 February Choose: Through This Door The World Is Getting Better. Through The Other Door…
 » 12 February How Saudi Arabia Is Trying To Change Its Image Through Culture Festivals
 » 12 February Fewer Students Are Studying English. Does it Matter?
 » 11 February Nancy B. Reich, Scholarly Champion of Clara Schumann, Dies at 94
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 » 11 February Can A Dallas Museum Initiate A Thaw With Russia?
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 » 11 February The Boston Symphony Orchestra Wins Its Third Grammy In Four Years
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