Fisk University, whose efforts to sell a major stake in its multimillion-dollar art collection have repeatedly been quashed by a state judge, has submitted a new plan that seeks to avoid the major objections that previously have been raised, The Tennessean reported. According to the newspaper's account, the Nashville university's latest proposal would have it sell $30 million of paintings by Georgia O'Keeffe and others but ensure that the buyer -- the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art -- cannot purchase the rest of the $73 million collection if Fisk's finances continue to deteriorate.
- Fisk Art Deal Is Final
- Quick Takes: Crow Vows Limited Use of Rankings in Contract, Escalating Criticism of Florida A
- Judge Backs Sale of Fisk U. Art (With Severe Restrictions)
- Quick Takes: Art Disputes at Fisk and Randolph, Education Dept. Oversight Faulted, Publishers' Lobbying Questioned, Ave Maria Law Accreditation at Risk, Miracle for Stonehill, Noose at Maryland, Trips and Spa Treatments, U. of Hawaii Settles Suit
- 'Contesting Archives'
- Outsourcing Plus
- Campus Talk: 'What It Is'?
- Battle for a Market
Search for Jobs