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posted by CAA — Dec 12, 2018

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Charlotte Prodger, Turner Prize 2018 Winner at Tate Britain © Tate Photography, Jordan Anderson, via The Art Newspaper

‘I Wouldn’t Be Here Were It Not for Public Funding’: Turner Prize-Winner Charlotte Prodger Makes Case for State Support for the Arts

The Glasgow-based artist won the top British art prize for videos that meld Scottish landscapes and queer identity. (The Art Newspaper)

New Gallery Will Be First in a Smithsonian Museum to Focus on US Latino Experience

The Smithsonian will open its first permanent gallery space for Latinx culture in 2021. (Washington Post)

How to Be an Artist

Jerry Saltz offers his 33 rules to take you from “clueless amateur to generational talent (or at least help you live life a little more creatively).” (New York Magazine)

Sculptor Anish Kapoor Forces Gun Group NRA to Cut His Art from Video

The artist filed a copyright infringement lawsuit over the use of his Cloud Gate artwork. (BBC)

What College Presidents Are Paid

Explore executive compensation data for more than 600 private colleges and nearly 250 public universities. (Chronicle of Higher Education)

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