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Who says the art object has to be original? And what do you mean by “original…”? – by Neil Baldwin

During the past six months – listed here in no particular order — I have felt compelled to visit the following art exhibitions:  El Museo del Barrio Biennial: The (S) Files 2011; Richard Serra Drawings, Cezanne’s Card Players,  and Rooms with a View, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Glenn Ligon, America, at the Whitney; […]

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Big Issues Transcend Disciplines in the Arts & Humanities – by Neil Baldwin

The Creative Research Center attends the Regional Committee Planning Meeting for the November 3-5, 2011 Association of American Colleges & Universities Network for Academic Renewal Conference on The Arts and Humanities Within Liberal Education at the Westin Providence Hotel, convened December 3, 2010.  “A community of self-governing citizens, a demos, understands, creates, and reinvigorates itself through culture. It is […]

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