Read AAMD's March 15 statement on the proposed federal budget's elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
To the editor:The trustees of the Berkshire Museum have announced plans to sell art works from the museum's collection to revitalize the institution and fund operational expenses. We understand that, as prices for art rise, there is growing …
High Museum of Art, Atlanta and more than a dozen metro Atlanta arts and culture organizations (including AAMD members Spelman College Museum of Fine Art and Michael C. Carlos Museum) are voicing their support for arts funding with the #GAArtsFuture postcard-writing campaign. The goal of the campaign is to demonstrate the arts’ positive impact on the lives of Georgia residents and to underscore the importance of continued funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Institute of Museum and Library Services.
In designing this program, the High sought to create a model that could be replicated at other museums - so even if you're not in Georgia, you'll want to check this out!
Read all about it on the High Museum's website.
“We support arts funding in Georgia.” The High Museum of Art and more than a dozen metro Atlanta arts and culture organizations are voicing their support for arts funding with the #GAArtsFuture postcard-writing campaign. The goal of the campaign is to demonstrate the arts’ positive impact on the liv...
"It’s my great privilege to be able to communicate through exhibitions, to create programs that give voice to the most innovative and compelling artists from around the world."
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden director Melissa Chiu on the best part of her job, her favorite artist-run space in Washington, and more!
It’s hard to miss Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Gordon Bunshaft’s modernist doughnut-shaped design stands out from the Smithsonian’s other traditional buildings along the National Mall. In front of the Hirshhorn, another attention-grabbing sight: a smiling boulder crushing