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Re: A&E.O

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kate (gresham.10)
Thu, 23 Oct 1997 21:35:39 -0500


There are a lot of new artists that show up on the pages of INDIAN ARTIST
magazine if you haven't seen that. Many Native artists do social issue
stuff, but there is a lot of good art that is less edgy - I mean, the
social in the social issue is more related to hooking back up with
indigenous culture rather than screaming about a cause. Fine line maybe.

Good Book: FROM A NATIVE DAUGHTER by Haunani Kay Trask from Common Courage
Press

Ron Hirschi, Information Gravel Road

>Hello, my name is Jose Rosa, I am an art ed. student at Ohio State. I
>am currently enrolled in Don Krug's class on multicultural factors
>affecting art ed. I am interested in the issue of social restoration,
>specially about how artists use social issues in their artwork and how
>the viewing public reacts to them.