Spain seeks to improve artists' rights across EU but labour reforms at home fall short
MEPs back new support measures for creatives following Spain's Statute of the Artist decree, now in political limbo
Why do US museum workers want to quit?
Employees in the sector increasingly find their jobs exhausting and unfulfilling—but how can they avoid burnout at work?
'Controversy at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in Delhi raises important questions over private museums in public life'
The firing of a curator for making critical statements against the museum's founder has prompted a long-overdue debate within the art world
'The prestigious places are the worst': low pay still dogs the art industry, despite optimistic salary survey
Can New York's imminent salary transparency law pierce the art world's smokescreen?
City council's move to enforce wage disclosures in job adverts could usher in a sea change at major US cultural institutions—challenging persistent pay inequality in the sector
'Women in the arts are winning the battle for equal employment—but they haven’t yet won the war'
The latest UBS Art Basel report finds that top jobs are finally going to women—even at the mega galleries
Why are top jobs in Chinese museums going to white men?
Local professionals continue to be overlooked for highly paid leading roles
Mexico's culture crisis: pandemic leads to budget cuts that leave many workers unpaid while vanity projects receive millions
The ministry of culture has lost 75% of its funding, threatening the long-term survival of the country’s publicly funded museums and heritage sites
You’re fired! Art workers who have lost jobs report poor treatment by employers—and junior staff are most vulnerable
Museums have hastily cut their staff to save money—what will happen when visitors return and they need them back?
With vaccines now being deployed and a return to normality on the horizon, institutions may find they have been shortsighted in letting their employees go
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
Crisis at Hunter College: after surprise layoffs, remaining art assistants refuse to work
The part-time staff who were spared from the axe still do not have contracts for the autumn semester, while classes have already started
'Brutal' planned redundancies at London's Southbank Centre called out in open letter
Signatories claim cuts will disproportionately affect Bame staff and question chief executive’s salary
PinchukArtCenter employees claim to have been sacked after attempting to form trade union
Ukrainian institution says the 28 guides were dismissed to make way for innovation
Staff quit in droves at Russian museum as ‘starvation wages’ bite
Deputy director’s swingeing salary cuts trigger resignations of around 50 employees at Moscow theatre museum
Representation and diversity: America is changing, but are its art museums?
Most major institutions are still run by white people, are supported by them, and tailor their exhibitions to suit them
MoMA investigated by federal agency over allegations of unfair dismissals
“We think the employees were let go in retaliation for their union activities,” says National Labour Relations Board attorney Don Zavelo
Letters: Gagging clauses imposed on curators forced into early retirement
Secrecy at the old V&A