Art & Pancakes, March 31st, 2019

A small stack of art news served up on your Sunday morning….enjoy!

Decolonize This Place Launches “Nine Weeks of Art and Action” with Protest at Whitney Museum Link

The Art of Experiencing Museums Slowly Link

The Daily Routines of 10 Women Artists, from Joan Mitchell to Diane Arbus Link

Faced with Rising Tuition, CalArts Students Are Working to Raise Money: Student organizers closed out the annual CalArts REDCAT Gala by asking for contributions from deep-pocketed donors. Link

Why Art Colleges and Universities Should Not Act Like For-Profit Galleries Link

Stars Art Group, China’s artistic freedom fighters, celebrate their 40th anniversary Link

MoMA PS1 settles curator’s lawsuit alleging gender, pregnancy, and caregiver discrimination Link

Protesters, Influencers and AI: What museums need to think about today Link

What’s Changed Since the Guerrilla Girls Began Calling Out Art-World Sexism in 1985? Link

Got Insomnia? 7 Famous Artists Who Made Great Work Late at Night Link

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