Art & Pancakes, June 23rd, 2019

Art news for your summer Sunday morning…enjoy!

Warriors and SFMOMA form art partnership for Chase Center Link

Association of Art Museum Directors Calls for End of Unpaid Internships Link

Where do you draw the line between artistic inspiration and plagiarism? Link

With Dede Wilsey out, what’s next for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco? Link

Historic WPA murals at George Washington High School are facing destruction due to controversial depictions of Native Americans and African-Americans Link and From the SF Chronicle’s art critic, Charles Desmarais: High school mural debate a reminder that destroying art destroys our culture. Link

Security workers at the Frye Art Museum (Wa.) have voted to unionize. Link

Seven Essential Tools to Empower Artists as Entrepreneurs Link

Professional Organization for Women in the Arts (POWarts) Salary Survey 2019: A snapshot of compensation in the arts provides actionable information on starting salaries, age, education level, and more, with results for non-profit and for-profit professionals shown side-by-side. Link

Dallas-based Artist Dan Lam is Suing the Hole Gallery and Mamacha Cafe for Tens of Thousands of Dollars in Unpaid Fees and Lost Art Link

Sad news: Peter Selz, founding director of Berkeley’s Art Museum, dies at 100 Link

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