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To track the potential spread of coronavirus in an arena, researchers at a German medical university held a daylong test case.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation today announced a new effort to support smaller arts organizations, cultural producers, and artists across the nation as the impact of the COVID-19 crisis continues to reverberate.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) will reopen its doors to the public on August 27th, after being shuttered since March 12th due to COVID-19. For the first month, through September 27th, the institution will provide free admission, thanks to its longtime partner, fast fashion brand Uniqlo.
The Guggenheim Museum has approved a plan to address complaints of entrenched racism within its walls. It is one of the first major cultural organizations to provide details of an expanded diversity effort.
Few words in the English language induce as much eye-glazing as “system.” Aggressively neutral, the noun still manages to acquire negative overtones in daily usage. (“I couldn’t help it. Blame the system.”) Only for grantmaking organizations, one suspects, is the word shiny and venerated. Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors’ new report, Seeing, Facilitating, and Assessing Systems Change, recharges this talisman of social-impact investing and program evaluation by showing how funders can be more thoughtful in supporting and scaling projects that aim to transform lives and communities.
The Cultural Infrastructure Index, undertaken by AEA Consulting, seeks to measure investment in capital projects in the cultural sector, identifying projects with a budget of US$10 million or more that were publicly announced or completed within a calendar year. “Cultural infrastructure” comprises museums, performing arts centers, and cultural hubs or districts, and projects tracked include new buildings, renovations, and expansions.