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Thursday Links: Fascist Prime Minister and Famed Doodler Gets Art World Pass

[caption id="attachment_83018" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Edi Rama[/caption] Today, May 18th, is apparently International Museum Day, organized by the International Council of Museums (ICOM)  and Art Museum Day, organized by the Association of Art Museum Directors. I (Michael) had never heard of either of these designations until this year. Museums worldwide will be offering free or reduced admission, and here in the USA, many are using the day as a rallying cry to save museum and arts funding from the conservatives.
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