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posted by CAA — Nov 21, 2018

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An installation view of Tavares Strachan’s The Encyclopedia of Invisibility, 2018, at the Carnegie International. Photo: Bryan Conley/Carnegie International, via Los Angeles Times

Michael Bloomberg: Why I’m Giving $1.8 Billion for College Financial Aid

The gift to Johns Hopkins University is likely the largest in the history of American higher education, and it has a specific aim. (New York Times)

In ArtReview’s New Power 100, David Zwirner and Kerry James Marshall Rise to the Top, Outranking… the Entire #MeToo Movement?

A look at the magazine’s annual “who’s who” in the contemporary art world. (artnet News)

Task Force Tackles Dearth of Resources for Transgender Museum Professionals

Here are steps you can take right now to be more trans-inclusive. (American Alliance of Museums)

The Coming Wave of Affordable Textbooks

Big changes in textbooks are coming, and libraries will be at the center of them. (Scholarly Kitchen)

The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: Art in the Age of Rising White Supremacy

American culture is embracing a more diverse array of voices and ideas than ever. But it’s also a period of ascendant white supremacy. (LA Times)

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