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Created: October 7, 2005
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Notes. Much more up soon. jeanne

Too late for just thinking about it. Time to take action.

Books won't work. You have to make someone hungry to read before they will search out and devour issues.

One way to stimulate the discourse we need is with art. Not necessarily museum art. You'll have to learn media techniques and art theory if you want your work to hang in a museum. But you don't have to study art to love it and to work with it to communicate and to take an active role in your community.

Let's talk about Thomas Hirshhorn's art work.

Hidden in Plain Sight By Roberta Smith, Arts Section, New York Times, Friday, October 7, 2005.



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