Two of Canada’s top literary magazine editors are out of a job after a call for a “Cultural Appropriation Prize.”
The previous administration’s landmark rulings protecting open Internet access are already being undone.
The arts sustain their first direct hit in the global war on terror, and more.
This month’s attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo raises questions about freedom of speech, the role of satire in conflict, and the context for art.
The show will go on at the Metropolitan Opera, thanks to a labor agreement that, among other things, allows an independent analyst to monitor the opera’s fiscal health on behalf of its employees – and could have widespread impact within the nonprofit sector.