Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University Presents Exhibition “LaToya Ruby Frazier: Flint is Family”

This exhibition culminates the work and experiences of LaToya Ruby Frazier and three generations of women—the poet Shea Cobb, her mother Renee, and daughter Zion over the course of five months of living in Flint, Michigan during the lead contamination water crisis.

The exhibition “LaToya Ruby Frazier: Flint is Family” is available at the Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University August 21 through December 14, 2019. [Art & Education]


“Through Positive Eyes” is the Sixth Fowler Museum Exhibition Dedicated to the Intersection of Art and HIV/AIDS

The Fowler Museum at UCLA, in partnership with the university’s Art & Global Health Center, presents “Through Positive Eyes,” an art project and an exhibition created in collaboration with people living with HIV/AIDS. The exhibition “Through Positive Eyes” is available at the Fowler Museum at UCLA September, 15 through February. 16, 2020. [UCLA Newsroom]

Write a Letter to Support UA Museum of the North: Alaska Governor’s Office Proposes To Cut Entire State Budget Allocation

The Alaska Governor’s office is proposing to cut the University of Alaska Museum of the North’s entire state budget allocation (about 1/3 of the operating budget).

UA Museum of the North’s asks our fellow colleagues in academic & research-based museums across the country to help get the message to their Legislators and our Board of Regents why the state needs to support a state university museum. Letters of support are appreciated. Links are included in the post written by Angela J. Linn, Senior Collections Manager, Ethnology & History, University of Alaska Museum of the North. [akethnogirl]