Culture: High & Low With Carolina A. Miranda
In heightened climate of intolerance, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust names new leadership

The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust announced a new executive team with interim director Beth Kean promoted to executive director, and board member Paul Nussbaum bumped up to board president and CEO. Both are descendants of Holocaust survivors.

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On the trail of Yma Sumac: The exotica legend came from Peru, but her career was all Hollywood
Curator Nato Thompson shines a light on art and the culture wars in 'Culture as Weapon'

We live in an era in which image memes are lobbed as political salvos. In which security is “theater” and defining who controls the “narrative” in a world of facts and alternative facts is the daily bread of the hot-take class.

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Lourdes Ramos named president of the Museum of Latin American Art — first Latina to hold the post

Lourdes Ramos, who for the past dozen years has led the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico in San Juan as executive director and chief curator, has been named the new president and chief executive of the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach. She will be the first Latina to hold the post.

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Essential Arts & Culture: Slashing the NEA, Deborah Borda leaves the L.A. Phil, a very sweet ballet

Budget cuts hit culture. A beloved leader leaves the Los Angeles Philharmonic. And an unusual ballet premieres in Orange County. I’m Carolina A.

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What does the NEA's $148-million budget buy? 7,789,473 taco bowls but not even one mile of the 405 Freeway

President Trump has issued his federal budget, and it contains not a penny for the National Endowment for the Arts, the federal arts funding agency that has been the perennial whipping child of the right.

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