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The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has revealed that there’s been an increase in the number of women and people of color in leadership roles at museums, according to the second part of its Art Museum Staff Demographic Survey.
In a typical morning class at American Ballet Theater, the brightly lit studio feels like a laboratory. If you’ve watched these dancers in performance, you might be surprised at how messy they can be when practicing, falling out of turns, missing the landing of jumps.
Women in Hollywood might have stepped to the fore in 2018, advocating for their rights and pressing for equal treatment and better representation, but new research finds that they are making little headway securing key positions in top films.
Blockbuster films with female leads outperform male-led equivalents at the global box office, a new study has reported. In a report compiled by media research agency Shift7 in collaboration with leading agency CAA, revenue for 350 high-grossing films released between 2014 and 2017 was assessed, and the average results for female-led films did best, at every budget level.
El informe “Mujeres en la cultura”, realizado entre la Secretaría de Cultura de la Nación y el proyecto “Mujeres Creadoras” del Observatorio UNESCO Villa Ocampo, puso cifras a las diferencias que existen entre hombres y mujeres: consumo, ingresos y el mercado de trabajo en cifras
El presente informe constituye un avance de la investigación sobre la perspectiva de género en el sector cultural, analizada desde la óptica del acceso, el consumo y la participación cultural por un lado; y del mercado laboral, el empleo del sector cultural y las profesiones culturales por otro.