The National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) and ArtsEverywhere have launched an online roundtable to investigate the intersections of art, freedom and the politics of social justice.
It seems like more people are showing up to protest at museums and arts institutions. Is that such a bad thing?
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts responds to NCAC’s letter regarding protests over “Kimono Wednesdays.”
An exhibit that included a kimono that could be worn by museum visitors drew strong protests, and caused the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to alter its program.
In response to a controversy over a conceptual poet’s ‘Gone With the Wind’ project, several cultural institutions have canceled her appearances– demonstrating the wrong way to deal with such disputes.