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posted by CAA — Oct 03, 2018

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Spelman College Awarded $5.4 Million Grant to Increase Diversity in Museum Field

The grant will establish the Atlanta University Center Collective for the Study of Art History and Curatorial Studies. (Press release)

The Guerrilla Girls Are Helping Museums Contend With #MeToo. Read Their Proposed Chuck Close Wall Labels Here

The feminist collective shows how to call out—or gloss over—accusations against artists accused of sexual misconduct. (artnet News)

Research Study: Impact of Art Museum Programs on K–12 Students

This study builds on and amplifies previously limited research on the impact of art museum programming. (NAEA)

Guggenheim Museum Announces Free Admission for Students, Faculty, and Staff at Five CUNY Schools

The museum’s new program will provide over 100,000 New York City college students with free admission. (Press release)

The Getty to Start a Research Center for African-American Art

The Getty’s initial partners include the Studio Museum in Harlem, the California African American Museum, Art+Practice, and Spelman College. Dr. Kellie Jones, 2018 CAA awardee for Excellence in Diversity, will be a senior consultant for the project. (New York Times)

Seven Tips for Greater Accessibility at Events

“In 2018 accessibility means more than a ramp or an elevator. It means giving everyone a chance to experience your presentations, events, exhibits, and collections.” (American Alliance of Museums)

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