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Author:  ncgnet [ Sun Oct 05, 2008 12:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Universities as arts patrons

From Marjorie Garber in the Ideas section of the Boston Globe:
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Higher art - Universities should become society's great patrons of the arts
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The idea that universities should house makers of art is as reasonable, natural, and logical as the idea that the university should contain and nurture other makers: engineers, or chemists, or applied mathematicians. And like those other makers, artists, no matter what arts they practice, need space, materials, training, and assessment, as well as a tolerance of imagination, "genius," stubborn dedication, or eccentricity.

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