The long-awaited Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is slated to open on April 30 with a Hayao Miyazaki retrospective devoted to the beloved filmmaker’s artwork. [Los Angeles Times]
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The University of the Arts in Philadelphia declined to voluntarily recognize the faculty union which was announced earlier this week. [Hyperallergic]
This October, Hauser & Wirth will launch “Artists for New York,” a fundraiser featuring works by more than blue-chip 100 artists. A portion of the proceeds will go to at-risk art nonprofits. [Artnet News]
The artist-run organization For Freedoms, cofounded by Hank Willis Thomas, Eric Gottesman, and Michelle Woo, has launched a new initiative to motivate the masses to get politically engaged this election cycle. [ARTnews]
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Artist Hannah Black reviews Claudia Rankine’s new book Just Us, writing: “The running comment in our current political climate is that we all need to converse with people we don’t normally speak to.” [Bookforum]
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