Volume 10, No. 2 (1973)

Arts in Society is dedicated to the augmenting of the arts in society and to the advancement of education in the arts. These publications are to be of interest, therefore, both to professionals and the lay public. Arts in Society exists to discuss, interpret, and illustrate the various functions of the arts in contemporary civilization. Its purpose is to present the insights of experience, research and theory in support of educational and organizational efforts to enhance the position of the arts in America. In general, four areas are dealt with: the teaching and learning of the arts; aesthetics and philosophy; social analysis; and philosophy; social analysis; and significant examples of creative expression in a medium which may be served by the printing process.

Published by Regents of the University of Wisconsin
Paperback / 320 pgs


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