Discrimination

Cancel art galleries? Staff take grievances against employers to Instagram

Anonymously posted incidents of racism and sexism are forcing greater scrutiny towards problematic behaviour within the industry

Why it is vital to promote cultural inclusion at New York's institutions

The arts sector must engage in constant dialogue with communities, says the city's commissioner of cultural affairs

Wheelchair user blasts Olafur Eliasson show at Tate Modern over rampless work

After consulting with the Danish-Icelandic artist and technicians, Tate says installation “cannot be made safely accessible for wheelchair users”

Triennale di Milano: art effects empathy as forced migration anchors show

The Restless Earth explores the divisive subject currently preoccupying global media

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Emin slams Russia over gay rights

Moscow’s Ekaterina Cultural Foundation is set to host a retrospective of the Young British Artists

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Gay images censored after Vatican’s legal threat

Gonzalo Orquín received a letter from the Vicariate of Rome

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Anti-gay law clash in Russia may impact Moscow International Biennale for Young Art

Young Russians' art may challenge St Petersburg hate legislation

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Muslim woman questioned for wearing veil in Venetian Museum

Incident sparks national debate about security; government and city take opposing stance

Worcester Art Museum sued for Anti-Muslim discrimination

“The museum is committed to fostering a diverse workplace and is an equal opportunity employer,” it said.

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