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posted by CAA — Oct 02, 2019

Adam Sings In The Timbers, Indigenizing Colonized Spaces with Starla Thompson, Potawatomi/Chumash, 2019, photo on Kodak Metallic Paper (installation photo by mel carter), via Hyperallergic

A Team of Curators Designs a System for Indigenous Artists to Thrive In

The term ‘decolonization’ has been used frequently to describe the exhibition yəhaw̓. But you won’t hear its curators call it a decolonial project. (Hyperallergic)

Why the Amsterdam Museum Will No Longer Use the Term ‘Dutch Golden Age’

The museum plans to remove all references to “Golden Age” in its galleries over the coming months. (Smithsonian Magazine)

How Ethical Can Museums Afford to Be? We Ask Five Major UK Art Institutions about Funding Challenges

Quite a headline. A look into the financials at five prominent UK museums. (The Art Newspaper)

Artist Adrian Piper Responds to artnet News‘s Special ‘Women’s Place in the Art World’ Report

“It is remarkable that your report neglects to examine what is arguably the most significant factor of all in perpetuating the invisibility of art made by women. It says nothing about artnet News’s own role in protecting the status quo.” (artnet News)

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