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Lesson Plans


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Roseau (mikelr)
Sun, 25 Oct 1998 08:20:51 -0500

>> I would argue against having an NEA at all, but if we must have an NEA then
>> its scope should be strictly limited to educational or archival purposes.
>> Not one penny for emerging artsts! Let them survive or fail on their own
>> merits.
>Gosh - what if the Pope hadn't funded Michelangelo? I know it's not the
>same situation, but for centuries emerging artists have received support
>both from patrons and governments.
>Sandra Hildreth
>Home Page:
>Art 7-12, Madrid-Waddington Central School, Madrid, NY 13660
>School Pages:
>Art Methods, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY 13617

The difference is that standards were more widely understood and reflected
the tastes of the culture. Also, a piece of art was considered to be a
functional object, not merely individual expression.

Individual should certainly be free to express themselves in any way they
choose short of making themselves a public nuisance, but it should be done
on their own nickel.


Mike Reed