ART PAPERS 21.04 - July/Aug 1997 - SOLD OUT
This special issue, "Supporting the Individual Artist," investigates the state of arts institutions and individual artists in this era of reduced government funding and what online resources can play following the newest attacks on the arts. Some feature stories include Rebecca Dimling Cochran's examination of how much different countries fund the arts, Glenn Harper's overview of online discussions between artists, administrators, and writers on access to the arts, and reports on the symposium "American Creativity at Risk: Restoring Creativity as a Priority in Public Policy, Cultural Philanthropy, and Education." Notable reviews include, among others, Jason Forrest's review of Wendy Given's Forty Winks for the Four-Footed," where Given "curated" seven "artists," including an egg, cat, and dunce cap; Jane Harris' review of Nicola Tyson's surrealist, sexually-charged "lesbian paintings;" and Cheryl H. Hahn's review of Nuclear Cities, an exhibition important in understanding the relationship between society and nuclear power, featuring work by Robert Beckman, Patrick Nagatani, and Lynda Rockwood, among others.
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