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A&E.A

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Janine H Manemann (manemann)
Thu, 8 Oct 1998 16:24:05 -0700 (MST)


I have several questions about the Art & Ecology project, but I will ask
these two.
1.) Is it the social responsibility of Ecological Artist to educate the
public about environmental issues? Is this a tenet of the movement
or an additional benefit to their art?

2.) Perspectives change, environmental issues change, but our concerns are
always present. So are primitive artists of the past Ecological
Artists? For example is the current art of a Navajo Artist connected to
the ancient paintings on the rock walls in Canyon De Chelly?
Do they think they are contributing to the eco/art movement?