The National Portrait Gallery’s biennial Portrait of a Nation Awards and Gala is one of Washington, D.C.’s premier cultural events, honouring contemporary Americans who have made an impact on the nation.
04 April 2022
The Charleston Trust preserves an iconic farmhouse in southern England—and, as important, it looks to continue the kinds of discussions that took place there between great artists and thinkers. Brunswick speaks with its Executive Director and CEO.
By Rachel Chang
04 April 2022
Brunswick Arts managed international communications for the launch of He Art Museum helping navigate construction delays, opening postponement, and installation and shipment challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
23 February 2021
The past few weeks have brought anxiety and uncertainty to arts and culture organizations across the globe. We have all taken unprecedented steps to ensure the safety of staff and communities and to rise to the challenge of reimagining access to arts and culture.
19 March 2020
Leaders of art institutions and big businesses find themselves in surprisingly similar situations. For decades, their performance – and very often their job tenure – were largely determined by a single group: In the corporate world, that was shareholders; in the art world, the board of trustees.
01 November 2019