Venues & Institutions
In 2015, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation issued a report on diversity in art museums that reinforced what is obvious to anyone working in or affiliated with the industry: non-Hispanic white men dominate leadership positions, and there is a lack of diversity in religion, ability, sexual orientation, or geographic origin at the executive levels and in the board rooms. The survey catalyzed a major movement toward a more diversified art and museum world, and The Phillips Collection is taking part in that change.
The Museum of Modern Art’s massive expansion in New York will soon be complete, giving visitors the chance to see more of its collection of Modern and contemporary art than ever before.
A tres meses de su lanzamiento, el RMA se consolida como la nueva plataforma digital que reúne el universo de los museos situados en el país. Su implementación permite visibilizar los espacios y analizar su impacto dentro del sistema cultural argentino
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.
A temporary budget deal ended the US government shutdown on Friday, allowing state-funded arts organisations to get back to work
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.