Globalism and the Arts

February 16th, 2004 by Adam

Six panelists from Plymouth State University will discuss the changing role of the arts in the latest manifestation of globalization Tuesday, February 24 from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Heritage Commons on Highland Street.

Panelists will address the question, “How does the new relationship between the arts and globalization affect Plymouth State University?”

Panelists are:

Virginia Barry, Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs

Catherine Amidon, Art Gallery Director

Stanford Watson, Visiting Professor, Art

Susan Tucker, Professor, Art

Jeanne Dubino, Associate Professor, English, and Diversity Scholar

Following a brief presentation by each of the panelists, the audience is invited to join the discussion.

For information call Dr. Jeanne Dubino, 535-2682.

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