Tag Archives: museums

Mexico City’s Artsphere

Mexico City’s Artsphere

Claudia Arozqueta outlines the cultural landscape of Mexico City, carefully framing it within crucial societal contexts.

Strategies & Resources

#ArtSelfies

Strategies & Resources

#ArtSelfies

In this creativity exercise, ART21 Educator Shannah Burton teaches students that an #artselfie is worth more than its number of likes.

Strategies & Resources

Museums: A Critical Exploration

Strategies & Resources

Museums: A Critical Exploration

In this creativity exercise, ART21 Educator Shannah Burton engages students in institutional critique on a trip to the Saint Louis Art Museum.

Playing with Numbers: Black Representation in American Art Institutions

Playing with Numbers: Black Representation in American Art Institutions

Art history professor Olubukola Gbadegesin cautions against celebrating the recent trend of art institutions finally collecting work by Black artists.

Janitor for the Nation

Janitor for the Nation

“Imagine that this museum is a nation, and inside this nation is a museum.” That idea inspired this experimental text, in which each exhibition is envisioned as its own sovereign state.

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles: Big, Broad Bunker Hill

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles: Big, Broad Bunker Hill

Eli Broad, Los Angeles’s most aggressive philanthropist, nearly always wears solid, primary colored ties. Last Thursday, he wore a red one to unveil the plan for his new museum on …