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Re: ID UBC appropriation issues

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R.E.William Loring (bcloring)
Tue, 20 Oct 1998 16:13:44 -0700


one of my ex-students...an art school drop out at this point, has made an
interesting
and unique career managing a tatoo and piercing parlor. She custom designs a
lot of the work she does, but some folks like a "clip art " approach. I
guess its like any art form...some of it is unique and some of it is
appropriated. I love to have her come
back and talk to my kids about different art careers...she is sort of a
walking ad...she has done lots of practicing on herself and her boyfriend...
-----Original Message-----
From: Christina Diane McGladdery <christdm>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Tuesday, October 20, 1998 3:57 PM
Subject: ID UBC appropriation issues

>Hello, I was just researching body art, specifically tattooing, and I was
>just wondering if anyone had any opinions regarding the issue of creative
>inspiration versus creative appropriation in tattoo imagery? Tina
>