Monthly Archives: June 2016

Is there such a thing as too much art?

The problem we have is that we think art is some specific kind of object, so it seems the question is asking whether we can have too many ‘art objects’. I’d rather think of it as questioning our ability to … Continue reading

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Intending the best

For those of you who’ve been paying attention to the national arts scene lately you will have run across some important and overdue issues being addressed. The idea of equity, of inclusiveness, and of diversity are currently in the spotlight … Continue reading

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