MOCA Trustees Pledge $20 Million, Accept Broad Offer

The news is nearly all good in the Los Angeles Times. Strick is resigning, and former UCLA Chancellor Charles Young will serve as CEO (not director, he's not an art guy). Oddly, Tom Unterman and David G. Johnson refused to say which trustees had "promised more than $20 million in new gifts since the museum's financial troubles became public in November."