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History of arts issues past seasons 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015 2016 2016 2017 2017 2018 our sponsors current sponsors sponsor an event give to the series arts issues. Past and current american social issues are explored through artwork created in the us from the 1930s 1970s this site offers commentary art gallery of 50 images artist biographies middle high school lesson plans vocabulary and self directed questions for student exploration. Art issues art issues programs feature community leaders and cutting edge thinkers who guide a group through dialogues about major issues facing our community today using a work of art in our collection as a springboard the group is invited to explore the art and the contemporary issues it represents. Explore and engage in riveting art debate topics including debates about modern art censorship issues and much more
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