[NetBehaviour] The privileged few are tightening their grip on the arts

ruth catlow ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
Sun Sep 14 14:53:19 CEST 2014


Do we care if our arts are increasingly practiced, disseminated and 
discussed in the media by a privileged few?

Were the post-WWII gains in diversity an illusion? or did time really 
stop, and start going backwards?
If so when did this reversal start?

Early 80s, mid 90s, early noughties?


On 14/09/2014 11:12, marc garrett wrote:
> The privileged few are tightening their grip on the arts | The 
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