Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Women, Dr. Josefa Koroivueta says the craft shows have grown from strength to strength in the last five years.
A comprehensive survey of art museums in the United States has found that institutions are hiring more diverse employees—though progress is, among some departments, incremental.
In partnership with the Association of Art Museum Directors, the American Alliance of Museums, and the research organization Ithaka S+R, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has revealed the findings from its second comprehensive Art Museum Staff Demographic Survey, which was conducted in 2018. The study focuses on the make-up of museum staffs across the U.S., and it found that institutions have made some progress toward becoming more diverse.
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.