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The Arts Politic: Bias (Issue 2, Spring 2010)

eBook (PDF), 107 Pages
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The Arts Politic is a print-and-online magazine dedicated to solving problems at the intersection of arts and politics with groundbreaking reports, enlightening interviews, pioneering arts policy proposals, and socially-engaged art. Issue 2: Bias distills issues at the intersection of arts, politics and bias through essays, visual art, poetry and reports. Contributors include: Melanie Cervantes, Edward P. Clapp, Rhoda Draws, Amelia Edelman, Shanthony Exum, Rachel Falcone, Arlene Goldbard, Robert A. K. Gonyo and Ashley Marinaccio (Co-op Theatre East), Malvika Maheshwari, Gisele Morey, Michael Premo, Bridgette Raitz, Betty Lark Ross, RVLTN, Gregory Sholette and Wendy Testu (Welcome to the NeighborHOOD).
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Edition
2
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
107
File Format
PDF
File Size
10.21 MB

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