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The University of Florida's unfortunate campaign for its master's program in art education. LAURIE BLANDFORD/VIA TWITTER

The University of Florida’s unfortunate campaign for its master’s program in art education.


In an unfortunate social media gaffe, the University of Florida is using #ufarted to market its master’s program in art education. [Huffington Post]

Jerry Saltz on Melva Bucksbaum. [Vulture]

A Roman altar was stolen from the Senhouse Museum, in England. [BBC News]

In Mary Ellen Mark’s final photography series, now on Governor’s Island and online, black-and-white images capture New Orleans ten years after Hurricane Katrina. [The Art Newspaper]

An exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Museum focuses on Paul Durand-Ruel, the Parisian art dealer who championed the Impressionists before they were embraced by critics. [NPR]

Gilbert Vicario is the Phoenix Art Museum’s new curator of contemporary art. [Artforum]

Vincent Fecteau at the Kunsthalle Basel. [Contemporary Art Daily]

A new grant from the Shelly and Donald Rubin Foundation offers between $2,500 and $100,000 to New York–based non-profit art organizations. [The Observer]

Charles Pétillon will fill Covent Garden with 100,000 balloons. [The Guardian]

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