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posted by CAA — Apr 11, 2018

Paul Cézanne, Madame Cézanne in a Red Dress, from 1888–1890. Courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Met Goes Beyond Its Doors to Pick a Leader Who Bridges Art and Technology

For the first time in 60 years, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has reached beyond its own doors for a new leader. (New York Times)

Frick Collection, With Fourth Expansion Plan, Crosses Its Fingers Again

The garden that upended the museum’s previous attempt to renovate its 1914 Gilded Age mansion is now the centerpiece of its revised design. (New York Times)

US Army Teams Up With Conservators to Preserve Outdoor Art

Art conservators and the Army Research Laboratory are working together to conserve outdoor painted sculpture by Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, and Tony Smith. (Hyperallergic)

The Lurchingly Uneven Portraits of Paul Cézanne

In an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, wonderments consort with clunkers, often on the same canvas. (The New Yorker)

Humanities and science collaboration isn’t well understood, but letting off STEAM is not the answer

The humanities are not just an ethical adjunct to the sciences. (The Conversation)

International Arts Rights Advisors Survey on Online Harassment

As an artist have you been intimidated, trolled, harassed or bullied online? Share your experiences with International Arts Rights Advisors (IARA), a collective of arts and human rights experts, in this anonymous survey. (IARA)

The Most Beautiful College Libraries in America

Celebrate #NationalLibraryWeek with these academic libraries. (Travel + Leisure)

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