Haaretz, 6th Oct 2017.
"Tel Es-Sakan (hill of ash) was the largest Canaanite city between Palestine and Egypt"
Supreme Court To Decide If US Terrorism Victims Can Have Antiquities From Iran Seized As Compensation
More Than A Third Of Museum Visitors Don’t Consider Museums ‘Culture’ – And Other Takeaways From The 2017 Culture Track Report
“For many respondents, going to the park or eating at a food truck counts as a cultural experience, while attending a museum does not. … Below, we spotlight seven findings from the study could have major consequences for how traditional cultural hubs like museums think about audience outreach, development strategies, and cultural participation in the […]
D. Neal Bremer, a Kalamazoo resident who worked as COO of the GRAM from June 2015 until his termination on June 28 of this year, claims that museum executives regularly misused donor-restricted funds on other expenses, “including general operations expenses,” according to the lawsuit filed on Sept. 22 in the 17th Circuit Court for Kent […]
(United States of America)
ArtNet News, 13th Oct 2017.
The museum may be violating state laws governing the deaccessioning of material donated to non-profit institutions with their controversial Rockwell sale.
The Irish Times, 13th Oct 2017.
Interesting note: the items stolen from the museum in Norway were Irish. The Vikings traded for them or, well, stole them.