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Haydee Martinez (martineh)
Mon, 17 Nov 1997 12:51:21 -0700 (MST)

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Hi everyone! It's Claudia and Haydee from the University of Arizona. For
our Art 130 class we are to have come up with an aesthetic puzzle. Since
we are working with the Vietnam Memorial, we have come up with the
following scheme:

As you may well be aware of, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial was
erected as a result of a contest a contest callingfor the creation of a design
that would best commemorate the individuals who died in the Vietnam War.
During the time Maya Lin, the winner,made the design, she was studying
art. In the event that she had not been an art major and that she had
still won, should she still have been considered an artist? Supposing that
you entered an art design contest and won, should you personally be
considered an artist even though your profession is not related to art
simply because your artwork was displayed?

Please feel free to make any comments or suggestions regarding this
aesthetic puzzle. Thank you.
Sincerely,
Claudia and Haydee


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