Explain your position with arguments and give specific examples of what you would do to solve this issue.

IMPORTANT: This is a sensitive and potentially triggering set of topics, so please be careful with the language employed, let’s be caring for each other, even while manifesting your opinions. If this is a triggering topic for you, let the professor know by email so another discussion topic can be assigned to you.Steps:1. Read the article: “In the #MeToo Era, Do These paintings Still Belong In a Museum?” (Huffington Post online, 2017)https://www.huffpost.com/entry/museums-me-too-sexual-harassment-art_n_5a2ae382e4b0a290f0507176?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAADtMWfJzoxdKoQ-qLoIe5KEC2KETC0O7BNV98QMeCi_SYbtgcLvT0SBafQbK_9jpmRWyr5oxJVrHRMU-PktniwVoEbit3mf0oclc6F-Tf7-B-6IGN7DJAps-fR3bCifG1TNcenhSpKV48XLHgn-1vFykSetOhEzy6xUOsLxalZkp2. Prompt for the discussion:a. Imagine you are a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where this controversy is taking place. You are interviewed in Hyperallergic (an online arts magazine with worldwide reach) regarding your position and what you think should be done. Take a stance on the topic, whether based on the arguments of the Metropolitan Museum of Art or going against them. Explain your position with arguments and give specific examples of what you would do to solve this issue.b. Then go on a tangent: Find on your own an artwork that you think is problematic based on what the article discusses and upload an a link to it (I would prefer this time a link rather than posting the image, for they might be triggering to others). Briefly explain why you think this is problematic too and what could be done.3. After you post, take a look at what other students discussions and images, and respond to one peer.How you will be graded:– engagement, taking up a stance on the topic and supporting your position– finding another artwork that is related to the topics discussed in the article– responding to a peer’s discussion (this need not be an evaluation of another’s work, but rather how their discussion leads you to reflect on something)This is a graded assignment (5% final grade)