Press, Events & Publications


NAEA’s Annual Convening at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston

We’re leading a workshop about centering marginalized forms of knowledge (March 13) and talking on a panel for the NAEA’s Journal, Viewfinder (March 16). Registration required.


Artist Talk at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania

We talk accessibility in art institutions, the fine line between artistic and administrative labor, and knowledge politics with artist, Carol Zou. Free and open the public.

March 7, 6PM-7:30PM

118 S. 36th St. Philadelphia, PA


Artist Residency at Haverford College, Fall 2018

We received a Mellon-Funded Artist Residency at Haverford College’s Hurford Center for Humanities. We are working collaborating with the Political Science and Visual Studies Departments, along with non-profit Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance.

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Partnership with NYU Steinhardt, Fall 2018

This semester we’re partnering with NYU Steinhardt’s Visual Arts Administration MA Program, where we are working with graduate students to develop research for Look at Art. Get Paid.

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Museum as Site for Social Action Convening, Oct 2018

This October we attended the MASS Action Convening at the Minneapolis Institute of Art with 60+ museums seeking to align with more equitable and inclusive practices.

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Interview on The Whitest Cube Podcast, July 2018

Two museum workers of color, Ariana and Palace, have launched The Whitest Cube Podcast to critically reflect on their work and the conditions of dominant art museums today. They interviewed us about LAAGP and the thinking behind it.

Image: Glenn Ligon, Untitled (I Feel Most Colored When I Am Thrown Against a Sharp White Background) 1990.

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The Paris Review, May 2018

Daniel Penny covers Equitable Met and Look at Art. Get Paid. in How Much Should the Met Cost You?

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Essay in Viewfinder Journal, December 2017

An essay authored by the team of Look at Art. Get Paid in the National Art Education Association Museum Education Division's Journal, Viewfinder. Issue 5: Centering Marginalized Voices, December 2017.


Additional News

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Open Engagement: Sustainability, Queens Museum, May 2018

Look at Art. Get Paid. presents at Open Engagement (OE) is an annual artist-led conference dedicated to expanding the dialogue around and creating a site of care for the field of socially engaged art. In addition to exploring the intersections of art and activism, this year’s conference explores the expansive theme of SUSTAINABILITY and features presenters Lucy Lippard and Mel Chin.

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Paper Magazine, April 2018

Paper Magazine covers our collaborative project with Hello Velocity, Equitable Met in "One Groups Mission to Halt the Met's New Pricing Model," by Claire Valentine.

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Artnet News, March 2018

Artnet News covers our collaborative project with Hello Velocity, Equitable Met in "An Activist Group Thinks the Met's Ticket price Should Depend on Your Tax Bracket. Would it Work?" by Henri Neuendorf.

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www.equitablemet.com, March 2018

Check out a collaborative project we launched with Hello Velocity in response to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's admissions policy change. March 2018.


Interview with v.1 Journal, May 2017

"Extending Invitations to the RISD Museum." RISD's Graduate Student Publication interviewed co-founder Maia Chao.

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The Inclusive Museum Conference, September 2017

María Paula García Mosquera presents her essay on Look at Art. Get Paid, "The Unfamiliar Place: Latinx Communities and the Museum," Manchester, UK.

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Visitor Studies Association Conference, July 2017

Co-Founder Josephine Devanbu presents, "Look at Art. Get Paid: Accessibility and Cultural Critique," in Columbus, OH.

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New England Graduate Media Symposium, May 2017

Maia Chao presents Look at Art. Get Paid. on the "Shapes of Violence" Panel. Boston, MA.


Interview with Rhode Island School of Design, January 2017

Robert Albanese interviews Maia Chao and Josephine Devanbu in "Reassessing the Museum Experience."