A new, much-hyped economic study has been released that charts the financial success of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts since its expansion five years ago.
But what about the damning employee survey that was taken last year that Virginia's most prominent museum is refusing to release to the public?
My new Richmond Magazine feature article on the VMFA, titled "Ripple Effect," takes a look at the human cost of the museum's recent successes, and the tug of war between its mission to present great art and its rebranded goal to be a prominent public space.
Grab thyself a print copy of the magazine or read the article by clicking here.
(Photo by the mighty Barry Fitzgerald!)