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Community arts in rural settings

4 Oct 2007
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In May 2007 John Brotman, Ontario Arts Council Executive Director, delivered a paper on 'Community Arts in Rural Settings' as part of the Canadian Cultural Observatory?s 'In Focus Speaker Series' on Rural Arts. Brotman's premise, upon which he elaborates with many inspiring examples, is that there is such a phenomenon as 'rural arts' and that this art form is well-suited to the needs of rural areas because of its capacity to build, bind, enrich and, most importantly, transform communities.

In this report Jacqueline Nolte, Department Head, Visual Arts, University College of the Fraser Valley, discusses the implications of John Brotman?s designation of a 'rural arts'.

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