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The age of everyday camera drones has arrived—bringing strange new forms of photography—and they're causing new privacy panics. How will society change when anyone can spy from above? We can find some clues by looking at...

source: Smithsonian Magazine

I spent five years on the tenure track. Now I'm an adjunct, and the move has affected my teaching in ways I didn't anticipate. I'm not the teacher I once was, largely thanks to the lack of support I receive as an adjunct. Sadly, my students suffer the loss.

source: Vitae

Researchers are learning more about the precise ways in which paintings and other works of art help patients and families in the healing process. With studies showing a direct link between the content of images and the brain's reaction to pain, stress, and anxiety, hospitals...

source: Wall Street Journal

For a young writer who hopes to produce literature, the greatest difference between now and twenty years ago may be that now she expects to get paid. Twenty years ago, art and commerce appeared to be opposing forces. The more you were paid for your work, the more likely...

source: N+1

The Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names is a resource of over 2 million names of current and historical places, including cities, archaeological sites, nations, and physical features. It focuses mainly on places relevant to art, architecture,...

source: Getty Iris

If someone helps another person commit a crime, he's an accessory to the illegal act and probably guilty of an infraction. What about an ethical violation? The question is becoming increasingly relevant in the art world as the Delaware Art Museum deaccessions works of art...

source: Art Antiques Design


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