Opening museum doors for free pays off

Oct 2, 2015
Admission fees don't bring in all that much anyway, so why not get rid of them?
Posted In: museums, los angeles, art

Startup hopes to make art investment more inclusive

Aug 14, 2015
Arthena's platform lets buyers own a piece of a collection for relatively little.
Posted In: art, investment, museums

Big dinos mean big opportunities for museums

Jun 3, 2015
Natural history venues are looking for a boost from 'Jurassic World.'
Posted In: box office, history, museums

The Art of Selling

Apr 13, 2015
Museums get in the business of selling their masterpiece?
Posted In: art, museums, museum
London Natural History Museum plans to update by kicking out Dippy the dinosaur.

Dinosaur departure prompts protests in the UK

Feb 13, 2015
Fake skeleton at London museum to be replaced by an actual one of a whale.
Posted In: Britain, culture, museums

Contemporary art: A terrible investment?

May 15, 2014
It's not just the art, it's the spectacle and the production surrounding it.
Posted In: art, museums

The $24 admission fee to the 9/11 Museum in context

May 14, 2014
The entry fee to a memorial often stems from federal funding -- or lack thereof.
Posted In: 9/11, museums, memorials

Giving to the arts, culture and humanities

Dec 8, 2013
In 2012, giving to organizations geared towards supporting the arts, culture, and humanities jumped 7 percent, totaling over $14 billion.
Posted In: philanthropy, Arts, museums

Manic Mondays at the Met museum in NYC?

Jul 1, 2013
The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens permanently on Monday for the first time in 42 years.
Posted In: art, museums, New York, New York City

In modern Japan, being a ninja is no way to make a living

Jan 21, 2013
The ninja is one of Japan's oldest and most mysterious professions, but today modern methods to spy, sabotage, and kill are putting them out of work.
Posted In: Japan, museums, ninja