Art for Change: The Institutional Critic
The next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative profiles Maia Chao, whose anthropology-informed art practice challenges institutions of museums, schools, and more
Who Gets To Be In The History Game
Drexel is set to take over the orphaned Atwater Kent historical collection. But the Historical Society, and City Council, might have other ideas. What’s all the fighting really about?
Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth in Philadelphia This Year
The African American Museum hosts its biggest Freedom Day celebration yet. So does the rest of Philly
The Citizen Recommends: Visual Meditations on Black Masculinity
The African American Museum in Philadelphia’s exhibit features the work of 55 women and non-binary people of the African diaspora
How Diverse is Your Art Collection?
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts leads the way among American museums in buying art by women and African Americans. It’s about time.
The Citizen Recommends: Beyond the dinosaurs
The Academy of Natural Sciences hosts the third installment of Philadelphia Contemporary’s series about the future of museums
The Art of Fair Pay
The ICA is the first museum in the country to pledge fair pay to the artists whose work it shows. Could it be at the vanguard of a movement?