The country’s performing arts funding model favors a group of established organizations at the expense of newcomers. Critics say this stifles innovation.
Reporting from a company that counts visitors suggested there was a drop of more than 40 percent at the London museum. It was more like 10 percent.
Air-quality concerns have cost the theater festival about $2 million in ticket sales and led to cancellations of free outdoor performances.
Klaus Biesenbach will try to right the struggling Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, which is looking east once again to fill its top spot.
Christie’s inaugural Art & Tech Summit in London showed what blockchain can (and can’t) do for the market.
Revenue is down and talks with Temple University abruptly fell through, city officials said. Now they don’t know when the museum will reopen.
Investors have shied away as an asset class. But new technology could make it a better bet.
The theater season that just ended was remarkably lucrative as producers have become more sophisticated, and more aggressive, about setting prices.
The Arts Innovation and Management Program will invest $43 million in Atlanta; Austin, Tex.; Baltimore; Denver; New Orleans; Pittsburgh; and Washington.