Wednesday’s Art Notes
Britain’s Prince Charles dances with the residents of Tolasar village, outside Jodhpur on October 5, 2010. Prince Charles is on a four-day visit to India attended the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in New Delhi and will visit various parts of India. Photo by STR/ AFP/ Getty Images
Artists protest in defense of the controversial Islamic culture center at Ground Zero in New York because they have a stake in its construction — artists studios and exhibition space are supposed to be part of the development, via The Art Newspaper.
Filipino flight attendants use Lady Gaga to teach passengers safety rules, via Salon.
An American man may be the unwitting owner of a Michelangelo pieta painting, via ARTINFO.
The New York Times tells the story of a Brooklyn school named after Edward R. Murrow that had to scrap its TV production curriculum when it could not keep up with the financial demands of changing technology.