In response to China’s request, Apple has removed the New York Times app – in both English and Chinese – from China’s app store, as a result of what Chinese government called a “violation of local regulations.”
Technology has become central to way that people experience their environments, in places like the United States, Asia, and Europe. Having access to smartphones and technology allows us to access and digest more information and resources.
Lawmakers Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla) and Sen. Robert Menéndez (D-N.J.) introduced a bill earlier this week to build a museum of the American Latino on the National Mall near other significant cultural and historical museums.
Despite San Francisco’s traditionally artistic and cultural community of city-dwellers, the generation of millennials does not invest in purchasing art as much as older generations, according to artists, art galleries, and art collectors.
Studies have shown that visiting art museums can help reduce stress and MRI studies have shown, time and again, that the mind is stimulated in brain areas correlated with creativity and empathy, when observing art.
Melissa Smith, Conservatory Director and Head of Acting of the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.), discusses the importance for actors in training to interact with communities to develop empathy and a greater capacity to appreciate humanity.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — More than 100 countries don’t keep accurate counts of births and deaths. More than 70 don’t have robust data on poverty. There’s a dearth of accurate, comparable figures on the number of disabled children in almost every nation, U.N. statisticians say.
HistoryMiami Museum’s Executive Director, Jorge Zamanillo, reveal photography-focused plans for the future of the museum, including a collection of over one million photographs capturing Miami’s rich, diverse history.
Staff at the St. Louis Art Museum was recently given permission to propose building a database of frequent museum visitors and people who don’t visit in order to attract a higher number of young and more diverse visitors.
After 20 years of planning, five years of legal battles, and a $15M investment, the 81-year-old artist Christo has abandoned his “Over the River” project in an act of protest against President Donald Trump, he stated.