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Changing Fashions, Enduring Questions

Who Makes Art?

Stabile Building

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Mar 7, 10:00am
Stabile Building 10:00am
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Changing Fashions, Enduring Questions:
Who Makes Art?

Marcia Eaton's Changing Fashions, Enduring Questions Series
Artis—Naples Lifelong Learning

Marcia Eaton, Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota

Even in cultures where the specific term does not exist, and even in the face of enormous shifts in traditions and practices, some individuals have been recognized as having special skills and talents that result in their achieving the status of “artist.” Why is this? This presentation is part of Marcia Eaton's Changing Fashions, Enduring Questions lecture series.

Marcia Eaton

Marcia Eaton

A Professor Emeritus from the University of Minnesota, Eaton has spent her career investigating questions in aesthetics and ethics. Eaton has written several books and articles in these areas and has served as President of the American Society for Aesthetics and was a Fellow at the Rockefeller Center in Bellagio, Italy. 


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