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Free Expression, Public Support, and Censorship; Examining Government's Role in the Arts in Canada and the United States

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In this work, Canadian and American scholars, critics, government officials, and arts presenters discuss varied aspects of the role of government in the arts. The first section addresses general questions of government involvement in the arts in Canada and the U.S., and also presents a comparison of North American arts policy with governmental policy toward the arts in Western Europe. The second section examines government policies toward arts education and cultural exchange in Canada and the U.S. The final ...

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1994 Softcover Very good 8vo, paperback. Vg+ condition. Slight outer smudging, contents bright & clean, binding tight. xiv, 145 p. Based on papers presented at a conference ... May 28-29, 1992 at the University of Cincinnati, sponsored by the Department of Political Science's Center for the Study of Democratic Citizenship. Read more Show Less

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Overview

In this work, Canadian and American scholars, critics, government officials, and arts presenters discuss varied aspects of the role of government in the arts. The first section addresses general questions of government involvement in the arts in Canada and the U.S., and also presents a comparison of North American arts policy with governmental policy toward the arts in Western Europe. The second section examines government policies toward arts education and cultural exchange in Canada and the U.S. The final section examines the tensions that arise concerning free expression and censorship when the governments of Canada and the U.S. allocate funds to support particular artists, programs, or projects.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780819192905
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 4/5/1994
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction, Overview, and Acknowledgements
About the Contributors
1 Arts Policy in Canada and the USA: A Comparative Perspective 3
2 Arts Policy and Politics 13
3 Arts Policies in Canada and the United States: A Tale of Two Countries 27
4 What Ought To Be The Role of Government Vis-A-Vis the Arts? 37
5 Arts Literacy in Canada, Why Now? 47
6 Canada-U.S. Cultural Exchange and the INS: A Commentary 65
7 National, State and Local Perspectives on Arts Education in the United States: Diversity or Chaos? 77
8 How Far Will Rust Spread? 87
9 Rust v. Sullivan: The New World of Federal Funding For The Arts 99
10 New Orthodoxy in Conditions on Artistic and Intellectual Expression 111
11 Art, "Art," God, The Myth of Neutrality and Constitutional Ignorance; Or, Momma Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up And Get Grants From the N.E.A. 133
Index 143
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