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What It Means for ICA Philadelphia to Become the First WAGE-Certified Museum—and Why Other Institutions Should Care

Category: Labor

Read about how and why the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania (ICA) decided to apply for and become the first museum to receive certification from Working Artists and the Greater Economy (WAGE)

“ICA’s institution-wide philosophical buy-in reflects WAGE’s experience with its other certified nonprofits.”

– Tim Schneider

Thanks to the ongoing wildfire of news about deaccessioning and museum admission policies, the art world has spent the opening months of 2018 engaged in a lively debate about how and where arts institutions should spend their money.

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