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This topic includes: various topics pertaining to the arts in relation to legal, social, political, government, and community issues, such as copyrights, freedom of expression, arts controversies, access to arts and culture, tax policy, and cultural diversity

The Arts & the Internet: How Has Technology and the Internet Impacted San Francisco Area Artists?
According to Information on Artists III 69% of artists state that the production of their art has been affected by advances in technology. more ....
Case study: The Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1999
Only a slight majority of Americans (57%) supported the right of the Brooklyn Museum to show the controversial "Sensation" exhibit in the fall of 1999, according to a poll commissioned by the First Amendment Center more ....

 

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