Report Finds English Arts Organizations Lack Diversity at Top, Emojis On View at MoMA

London, England.

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Data released by Arts Council England reveals that leaders at the country’s many art organizations are “disproportionately white,” reports Benjamin Sutton for Hyperallergic. (Hyperallergic)

MoMA has a free exhibition about the history of emojis on view in the museum’s lobby. (NY1)

Starchitect Bjarke Ingels is working with the owners of a Los Angeles-based storage company to design and develop a massive arts complex along the L.A. River. (Los Angeles Times)

While investigations into Oakland’s Ghostship warehouse fire are still ongoing, the San Francisco Chronicle takes a look at how closely city officials were (or were not) monitoring its DIY arts spaces. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star. (Art Daily)

Report Finds English Arts Organizations Lack Diversity at Top, Emojis On View at MoMA