Consider this when donating art

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Study of older artists

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Artist helping pandas and earthquake victims in China

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Arts-centric businesses growing

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An artist in the holiday spirit

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CERF Responds to California Wildfires

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Donation to help artists in need

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Does an artist have a responsibility to the community?

In response to my recent post about the Christoph B├╝chel/MASS MoCA brouhaha, Joshua Field commented:

As an artist living in North Adams, MA , the town where MASS MoCA is located (I am in no way affiliated with the museum), I think it is important to note a crucial component missing from the dialog and that is the responsibility of the museum and the artist to the community in which they are working. MASS MoCA was built as an economic driver in a struggling mill town that had lost its core industry. The idea was always to try to revitalize the local economy through culture. Buchel has demonstrated a penchant for pranks that question the art business (in 2002 he sold his invite to Manifesta for $15,000 on ebay) and apparently has no regard for the working class people of this region who rely on the tourism that MASS MoCA generates for subsistance.

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