Culture Shock Trump?

How U.S. Policies Influence the Arts, Culture and Science

Within just a few days of taking office, President Donald Trump has begun to change the political scenery of the U.S., decree by decree. His policies affect the arts, culture and science: Universities are to suffer financial cutbacks; the immigration ban for individuals from seven majority-Muslim countries threatens to damage the international exchange in the arts, culture and science. Still, Trump's executive orders do not go unchallenged: Museums and universities refuse to accept this growing isolation without a fight. Our special press review 'Culture Shock Trump?' explores current developments in the U.S. and their consequences for the arts, sports, the media and science.

Trump wants to axe NEA and other culture agencies

theartnewspaper.com | 16.03.2017

Universities in US and Europe denounce new travel ban

universityworldnews.com | 10.03.2017

US embassy art scheme should survive Trump

theartnewspaper.com | 07.03.2017

Arab cultural institute to open in New York

theartnewspaper.com | 06.03.2017

Why it matters when artists criticize Trump

japantimes.co.jp | 03.03.2017