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This California Museum Had Big Ambitions—and Then Shuttered. Here’s What It Teaches Us About the Perils of Private Museums | artnet News

The Main was founded by a local developer to serve as a beacon of creativity. But last month, the space was handed over to...

Did the Largest Art Studio Tour in the US Drive Minneapolis’ Gentrification?

As the arts community in Northeast Minneapolis grew, so did the commodification of arts culture. Source: Did the Largest Art Studio Tour in the US...

GreenSparks | Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA

Source: GreenSparks | Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA

How Chicago’s South Side Is Creating the ‘Un’ High Line

In the Englewood neighborhood, progress is slow but sure toward the area's first linear park. Source: How Chicago’s South Side Is Creating the ‘Un’ High...

How Rapid-Response Exhibits Are Changing the Way Museums Engage Their Communities

Rapid-response exhibits are one way museums deal with their place in communities grappling with intense social-justice issues. Source: How Rapid-Response Exhibits Are Changing the Way...

Why TV Executives Should Make Artist Kahlil Joseph’s ‘BLKNWS’ Network, a Star of the Venice Biennale, Into a Reality

Kahlil Joseph's BLKNWS is a highlight of the Venice Biennale—and it could also become an actually successful media business. Source: Why TV Executives Should Make...

Borrow, Barter, Crowdsource: How Small Countries Bootstrap Their Way to the Venice Biennale | artnet News

These artists and curators had to think outside the box in order to secure the biggest professional opportunity of their lives. Source: Borrow, Barter, Crowdsource:...

What Happens to Culture After a Financial Crisis? A New Exhibition Offers a Global Survey of Art in the Wake of Economic Collapse |...

The exhibition looks at art in Detroit, Greece, Cuba, Italy, and South Korea after each area's financial collapse. Source: What Happens to Culture After a...

Rockefeller Foundation Awards $42 Million for New Climate Efforts | News | PND

Source: Rockefeller Foundation Awards $42 Million for New Climate Efforts | News | PND The Rockefeller Foundation has announced grants totaling $42 million to the Adrienne Arsht Center...

Can NIMBYs Fight for Justice?

In a post-Katrina New Orleans, neighborhood associations increased their political power to promote or suppress development. But to whose benefit? Source: Can NIMBYs Fight for Justice?

What a Massive Indian Festival Can Teach Us About Improving Cities

MIT hackathon looks at Kumbh Mela bathing festival to study pop-up cities and rapid urbanization. Source: What a Massive Indian Festival Can Teach Us About...

5 million Indian women just made a 385-mile human chain for equality.

Stories that connect us and sometimes even change the world. Source: 5 million Indian women just made a 385-mile human chain for equality.

A California farmer tries to hold on despite looming water cuts

A longtime farmer hopes to save his Borrego Springs citrus orchard, even as its declining aquifer forces major cuts in groundwater pumping. Source: A California...

2018 Was the Year of the Aspirational Park

Private funding and high-impact design were recurring themes of parks that opened in 2018. So was the hope that parks can unite, repair, and...

Portland Now Generates Electricity From Turbines Installed In City Water Pipes

Water flowing through the city’s pipes will generate electricity like a dam with none of the environmental consequences. Source: Portland Now Generates Electricity From Turbines...

In 2018, female artists finally outnumbered men in L.A. museums’ solo shows

Considerably more women than men had full-scale solo exhibitions, whether retrospectives or more defined surveys, in Los Angeles art museums this year. Source: In 2018,...

Paper outlines how L.A. County can adapt its water supply for climate change | Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA

Source: Paper outlines how L.A. County can adapt its water supply for climate change | Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA

UCLA Arts: School of the Arts and Architecture

Source: UCLA Arts: School of the Arts and Architecture

The Getty

The Getty is one of the world’s largest arts organizations. Visit us at our two locations in Los Angeles. Source: The Getty

MOCA

The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles Source: Home • MOCA

LACMA

LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art). Largest art museum in the West inspires creativity and dialogue. Connect with cultures from ancient times to...

LA County Arts Commission

Source: LA County Arts Commission

Dreamland: A Frank Romero Retrospective — molaa

Source: Dreamland: A Frank Romero Retrospective — molaa

Turnaround Arts

We are a public-private partnership led by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to help turn around America’s struggling schools. Source: Turnaround...