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exhausting and frightening health crisis

Posted By retro iconic     December 1, 2021    


 How the Arts Work in 2021 is changing and beyond

 The art world is constantly in flux and the pandemic drags on without a clear end in view. Every day brings news of budget cuts, layoffs, and other news.

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 When the dust settles it will be a time for changes to calendars, restructuring, and postponed, cancelled events, OVRs or emerging types of online programming

 The world of art could look entirely different.

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 Many gallery assistants who are professionals and museum educators, registrars and art handlers were fired from their jobs due to the spread of the pandemic. As a result,

 Some of those jobs have been reinstated, and the Delta variant threatens to retake the workers. Unfortunately, this is the situation for this particular group of professionals.

 This isn't a new issue. Precarious is the most appropriate way to describe their chosen career path and the consequences that follow.

 For those who were affected by the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent recession and recession, the current state of the labor market is like "death through repetition" however it's also accompanied with a public.

 The whole thing becomes a dangerous, exhausting and frightening health crisis. Even though history isn't repeating itself,

 However, it does provide clues to what's next.

 In the aftermath of the Great Recession, the United States art industry experienced an employment market very similar to the Great Depression.

 Deal -- The rise of unions. The art industry is seeing this trend return in big ways and it's growing.

 Bloomberg Law published a recent report that stated that the rate of the unionization of museum workers in America has skyrocketed in the past three year.

 Just last month, workers at the Brooklyn Museum of Art voted to join the union, however, even before the outbreak, there was an already significant increase in

 US art museums were unionized in the United States. Such initiatives were in large part to the non-profit arts sector's notoriously low pay and stagnant wages -- a grim list