Art, Artists and Activism– 1930s to Today By Art Hazelwood

“The effectiveness of past and present political artists in organizing, in advocating, in building solidarity in movements and in retaining a history that is often suppressed by the mainstream is essential. For American art, that history can best be viewed as it developed from the Great Depression of the 1930s to today. The lessons from these past actions can help contemporary political artists be more effective. ” Continue reading Art, Artists and Activism– 1930s to Today By Art Hazelwood

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