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Tusa, Art Matters: Reflecting on Culture.

Tusa, John. Art Matters: Reflecting on Culture. London, Methuen, 1999. 14 cm x 22 cm. 168 pages. Original hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear. Inscription by preowner. Otherwise clean inside with solid binding.

Includes the following chapters: Part One: Beliefs / 1 The Arts - Can We Do Without Them? / 2 The Arts in the Twenty-First Century - The Agony or the Ecstasy? / 3 When I hear the Word Culture, I Reach for My Identity / 4 Culture, Society, Entertainment - Where is the Space for Art? / 5 The Good Society - Can You Get It On the Cheap? / Part Two: Politics / 6 I'm Worried About Tony / 7 What Happened at Downing Street / 8 When Being Creative is Not Enough / 9 Thoughts on the Thoughts of Chairman Gerry / Part Three: Actions / 10 Art for Art's Sake - Art! For Heaven's Sake / 11 The Concert of the Future - Seeing Will Be Hearing / 12 The Cart and the Horse - Which Came First: The Market or the Art? / 13 The A-to-Z of Running an Arts Centre / Afterword: Art and Culture - Old Responsibilities, New Rhetoric?

"A personal and critical expose of British art and culture by a distinguished broadcaster and art administrator. John Tusa investigates the many imperatives of why art matters to a people and their nation." (Amazon)

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Tusa, Art Matters: Reflecting on Culture.

Tusa, Art Matters: Reflecting on Culture.

Tusa, Art Matters: Reflecting on Culture.
Tusa, Art Matters: Reflecting on Culture.

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