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House Life Project Roundtable Discussion: What responsibilities do artists have to society?
Thursday, June 29th from 8-9pm at the HLP
605 N Tacoma Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46201-2146
READING: Connective Aesthetics: Art After Individualism by Suzi Gablik
Gablik states. “The dominant modes of thinking in our society have conditioned us to characterize art primarily as specialized objects, created not for moral or practical or social reasons, but rather to be contemplated and enjoyed.”
Let’s discuss: Does art have potential to make more meaningful contributions to society? In what ways? Do our educational systems properly train artists for this work?
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