NYT Looks at Potentials for Arts Education as Government Support Dwindles

November 1st, 2016

The New York Times writes on the cultural divide between art’s economic benefits, and the public perception of the field’s elitism, and the power of curators trained in the field still wield even in the face of this disconnect.  The piece goes on to explore the work of Hans Ulrich Obrist in particular, and his attempt at bridging this gap through his use of technology and social media.  

Read more at NYT