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A photo taken from the outside of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, NY.

The Mystery Behind the Met Director’s Sudden Resignation

Last week, Thomas P. Campbell resigned from his position as Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The news sent shock waves throughout the art community. Nobody saw it coming, since there was no formal indication that anything was wrong. But according to the New York Times, there was a lot going on behind the […]



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A photo of a handwritten letter with a calligraphy pen on top.

Museum Directors Pen Letter of Support for NEA and NEH

Museum directors have been on edge ever since The Hill reported that Donald Trump was going to cut government funding of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). With the threat of abolishment looming in the air, most museum directors have remained silent on the issue… until […]



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A picture of a statue taken at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.

375,000 Images Now Available for Public Use, Courtesy of the Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art just uploaded 375,000 images to Creative Commons, meaning that the public can now use these images free-of-charge, without any copyright restrictions. The recently posted photos are part of an initiative called “Open Access.” The idea is to grant students, teachers, historians, and journalists the right to use these images for […]



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