A SHORTLIST OF ONLINE CULTURAL CONTENT FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 14, 2021
The plaques have been considered some of the most valuable objects taken from the Kingdom of Benin. They were plundered during a military campaign, transported to England, and later dispersed across the world. For many, the Benin Bronzes have been considered a potent symbol of colonialism’s long-lasting legacy. Others have claimed that museums and collectors should not repatriate the objects because they now belong to other countries’ cultural heritage.
In this video I am going to show you simple easy step by step instructions on how to Upcycle tin cans into Amazing planter. Easy DIY craft and so simple to make. Grab those tin cans out of the recycling bin and get creative!
In honor of Juneteenth — the holiday that celebrates the emancipation of those enslaved in the United States, which will be observed as a state holiday in New Jersey for the first time this year — NJPAC invites you to join us for the next PSEG True Diversity Film Series screening and panel discussion, which will examine the need for reparations, and discuss the forms that reparations might take, from changes to voting laws to reform of the criminal justice system.
This week, Eileen and Zachary join Andrew Goldstein to discuss the vast discrepancies when it comes to salaries in the gallery world, and what it all means for the next generation of dealers and for the art world at large.