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posted by CAA — Oct 10, 2018

Tsimshian artist, Headdress frontlet (c. 1820–40). Photo courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Charles and Valerie Diker Collection of Native American Art, promised gift of Charles and Valerie Diker, via artnet News

JPMorgan Chase Gives $300,000 to Theaster Gates’s Rebuild Foundation in Chicago

The foundation will put the funds toward the final phase of renovation for its Arts and Innovation Incubator. (ARTnews)

‘Conventional Narratives of History Are Being Expanded’: Native Art Is Now Appearing in the Met’s American Wing

A new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art marks the first time the museum has held a show of Native American art in its American wing. (artnet News)

Tania Bruguera on Transforming Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall

“We live in a time when we need to defend complexity and the right to be complex.” (Apollo Magazine)

Tackling Harassment and its Roots in Scholarly Communication: Practical Steps for Organizations and Individuals

How can we move to the practical level of making real change as individuals? (Scholarly Kitchen)

The Morality Wars: Should Art be a Battleground for Social Justice?

“The defining objective of the civil rights movement and the women’s movement and the gay rights movement was equality, sure, but also motion—forward, upward, outward. The country has never looked both more and less like what these movements aspired to achieve.” (New York Times Magazine)

Diversity Fatigue Is Real

It is the very people who are the most committed to doing diversity work who are experiencing “diversity fatigue.” (Chronicle of Higher Education)

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