Author(s): Pearlman, Jeanne
Date of Publication: Oct 20, 2021

In 2002, the Jewish Museum in New York City mounted the exhibition Mirroring Evil: Nazi Imagery/Recent Art. The controversial exhibition featured artworks by 13 young artists, each two and three generations removed from the events of WWII, who used images of Nazi perpetrators to provoke viewer exploration of the culture of victimhood and also as a means of  identifying the distinguishing characteristics of evil. Through the art works, extensive interpretive materials, and a program of facilitated dialogues, the Jewish Museum offered a springboard for discussion about

Author(s): Korza, Pam; Bacon, Barbara Schaffer; Assaf, Andrea
Date of Publication: 2005

Civic Dialogue, Arts & Culture explores the power of the arts and humanities to foster civic engagement while advancing possibilities for arts and humanities organizations to be vital civic as well as cultural institutions. From 2000 to 2004, Americans for the Arts, with support from the Ford Foundation, implemented Animating Democracy, an initiative to foster artistic activities encouraging civic dialogue on important contemporary issues. This book examines the experiences of 37 arts and humanities projects, realized by a wide range of cultural organizations. These

Author(s): Korza, Pam; Schaffer Bacon, Barbara
Date of Publication: 2005

Museums and Civic Dialogue features exhibition projects that demonstrate how three museums have functioned as provocative and effective forums for civic dialogue. Focusing on contemporary and conceptual works of art as well as historic images, the projects highlight new and adapted approaches to curatorial practice, interpretation, and education prompted by civic intention. The case studies also offer insights regarding institutional challenges and changes in practice that necessarily occurred. Through Gene(sis): Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics, Henry

Author(s): Jagels, Charles H.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1964

Atlanta offers a very special situation brought about by its current explosive growth in population. This growth reflects itself in greater business activity, greater demands for services such as expressways, shopping centers, and rapid transit, as well as greater demand for leisure-time facilities. In the past few years, dozens of new apartment houses, high rise office buildings, hotels and motels have been built. A Sports Stadium, seating 57,000 has just been completed. In 1966, the Milwaukee Braves will move to Atlanta and become the Atlanta Braves. Big league professional football will

Author(s): Bentley, Warner
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1964

Dartmouth College's Hopkins Center is the country cousin here today. The other centers represented on this panel are located in cities where they have more people than the entire population of the state of New Hampshire. Our good neighboring state of Vermont has more cows than people. The population of both states is not much over a million. Hanover, located in the middle of the state and on its western boundary, is approximately 150 miles from both Boston and Montreal. Our population is 7,500 including a few more than 3,000 Dartmouth men students. Within a radius of fifty miles, the