Houston Public Media reported on the Houston cohort of museums participating in American Alliance of Museums' Facing Change initiative, which aims to increase diversity and inclusion within museum boards and leadership.
NPR reports on Cincinnati Opera's premiere of a new opera that chronicles the stories of six people wrongfully convicted in Ohio; its commissioning was supported by the Mellon Foundation under the auspices of the CO Next: Diverse Voices initiative.
From slavery to Civil Rights, a grant to Washington College in partnership with the National Museum of African American History and Culture will support community history on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, reports the Kent County Times.
The Star-Tribune reported on the Minneapolis cohort of museums participating in American Alliance of Museums' Facing Change initiative, which aims to increase diversity and inclusion within museum boards and leadership.
Community College Daily reports on Phi Theta Kappa's Honors in Action program, which supports positive college-going experiences and degree completion by engaging students in service-oriented research projects.
Art News reports on Mellon's support for the newly formed Caribbean Cultural Institute at the Perez Art Museum Miami. “It’s a new way of thinking for the institution,” remarked Franklin Sirmans, PAMM’s director, who likened the institute to “an extended thinktank” for advancing Caribbean art throughout the Americas.