It seems like more people are showing up to protest at museums and arts institutions. Is that such a bad thing?
Legendary artists Betty Tompkins and Marilyn Minter got together to talk about censorship, women in the arts and much more.
Students at summer art school programs run into some unique censorship problems.
An artwork draws protest from local clergy in Georgia. But the museum where it is displayed is standing firm.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts should have answered the Kimono Wednesdays controversy by seizing on the protests as a chance to ask deeper questions and engage the community.
After receiving complaints, a Maryland high school removes police brutality artwork. But the students at Oxon Hill aren’t submitting to censorship– they are fighting back.