Art Dirt: Staffing Changes, New Museums & Other Recent News

by Glasstire May 5, 2024
new Glassell School of Art

The Glassell School of Art, which houses the Core Residency Program.

Leslie Moody Castro and Jessica Fuentes discuss new art organizations, the appeal of non-urban spaces, and the many changes occurring at institutions across the state.

“There might be more opportunities in these smaller places because there are less restrictions and more space. It will be interesting to see how they continue to build, and develop, and how they find ways to sustain themselves.”

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