LOS ANGELES (AP) — Despite high-profile Oscar wins for art house films like “Call Me By Your Name” and “A Fantastic Women,” LGBTQ representation in films from the seven biggest Hollywood studios fell significantly in 2017 according to a study released Tuesday by the advocacy organization GLAAD.
BERLIN (AP) — A Berlin museum has returned ancient wooden masks, an idol and other spiritually significant artifacts plundered from graves by an explorer to indigenous Alaskans, ending an odyssey in which many of the items were thought forever lost.
DALLAS (AP) — The abstract painting of a lighthouse caught the eye of Dallas Museum of Art curator Sue Canterbury as she visited a private collector about five years ago. Struggling to identify the artist, she walked up to the work and looked at the signature. “I was like everyone else is to whom I speak about her now: ‘Ida O’Keeffe?'”
WASHINGTON (AP) — Renewed tensions between the U.S. and Cuba aren’t stopping the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts from shining a spotlight on the island’s rich cultural heritage during what’s being billed as the largest Cuban arts festival ever held in the United States.
A new series of regulations will affect the entire art market by placing new policies to increase oversight of art dealers, similar to those that apply to brokers, financial institutions and other high-stake financial groups.
Paul Kortenaar, Founding Director of the El Paso Children’s Museum, discusses the vital steps in order to attract a wide array of visitors into the museum. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Victoria Ramirez, Director of the El Paso Museum of Art, discusses the collaboration efforts of various museums in order to attract a wide array of visitors to their institutions. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Tracey Jerome, Director of the El Paso Museums & Cultural Affairs Department, discusses the role of the El Paso community in ensuring that institutions are able to thrive for future generations. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Lori Shepard, Executive Director of the El Paso Holocaust Museum, discusses the importance in diminishing linguistic barriers in order to provide a rich learning center for all audiences. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Tracey Jerome of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department, Paul Kortenaar of El Paso Children’s Museum, Victoria Ramirez of El Paso Museum of Art & Lori Shephard of El Paso Holocaust Museum discuss the intersection of arts, education, and culture as generators of businesses and diversity in the thriving Texas community. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Arvind Manocha, President & CEO of Wolf Trap Foundation, discusses the importance in providing a diverse set of shows and services that reflect the impact of the arts on citizens. This interview was produced in collaboration with WHUT (Howard University Television).