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Class notes 8/27/15

by: Claire Burris

Class notes 8/27/15 ARE 4930

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Introduction to Arts Management
Juyeon Song

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Mass discussion on: -What fine or high arts are -Arts vs. culture -Duality of Government Support and how it affects our arts programs (pros & cons) -What is the "arts"?
Introduction to Arts Management
Juyeon Song
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Claire Burris on Saturday August 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARE 4930 at Florida State University taught by Juyeon Song in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 89 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Arts Management in Art at Florida State University.


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Date Created: 08/29/15
ARE 4930 82715 0 What was your latest arts participation activity 0 Fine or high arts o Massproduced and widely distributed products o Who decides whether a productservice is ne arts or not o What is the arts 0 Arts vs Culture 0 Culture Growth improvement personal development and perception of the world around you 0 Art Communicates the culture a way of 0 Share Value 0 Difference oDuaity of government supporting 0 Pro Don t fall apart bc of lack of government support 0 Con Government limits and restricts expression Most of class today was discussion between students about all of these points


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