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Regional Museums Struggle to Survive After Closing Because of Coronavirus

The Akron Art Museum in Ohio is expecting to experience financial losses for months on end.

Columbia University M.F.A. Students Demand Refunds in Pointed Open Letter

"Our classes cannot be translated through a screen," one student said.

From Makeshift Studios to Webinars, the Art World Reinvents Itself Under Quarantine

Artists and museum workers who have been affected by layoffs, furloughs, and closures are adjusting to new ways of life.

Art World’s Labor Force Faces Serious Coronavirus Threat, Survey Finds

The report, compiled by Art Handler magazine, includes data from over 1,000 respondents.

Mixed Messages Send Arts Workers Scrambling for Pay During the Coronavirus Crisis

Despite public commitments to pay workers through the pandemic, arts organizations are slashing costs by cutting longtime employees loose.

Adapting to Coronavirus Quarantine, Arts Workers Brace for New Economic Reality

Layoffs and furloughs have quickly followed what is becoming a nationwide shutdown in America.