By Christy Klancher, Sr. Attorney Editor, Thomson Reuters
What would you do if your museum has a collection of indigenous art on permanent loan from a country that subsequently passes a law requiring that all of its art must be returned? Would you return the collection?
Would your answer change if you learned that the country will destroy the collection if it gets it back, as part of a plan to erase all evidence of the existence of that indigenous people?
“Design think is really about empathy for the end user.” – Laysha Ward, president of community relations for Target
“Great experiences are built from the needs and desires of people.” – Sandy Speicher, associate partner at the global design and innovation firm IDEO
“We need a more integrated approach to education to account for educating the whole person.” – Shirley Ann Jackson, president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
“More and more people understand that (marriage equality) is not about people being different; it’s about them being the same. You fall in love, you raise children, you love your children – those commonalities that make us all alike are so much more important.” – David Boies, chairman of Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
“The American classroom hasn’t changed in over 150 years. The biggest change is that instead of a blackboard, now we have a whiteboard.” – Eli Broad, founder of The Broad Foundations
“It’s powerful if you can go from the data to someone’s heart.” – Paola Antonelli, senior curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York
“We need to change the dialogue from ‘what can we do to change education?’ to ‘what can we do to enable learning?’” – Jessie Wooley-Willson, president and CEO of DreamBox Learning
“Art and design lead to discovery.” – Murray Moss, founder and creative mind behind the renowned Moss design gallery
Citi Private Bank is now producing analyst reports on artists as it does for stocks. Reuters finance blogger Felix Salmon and Citi Private Bank Art Advisor Jonathan Binstock debate whether artists should be treated like stocks and if this will cheapen the art world.