Being an artist, artist interviews with Art21, editor: Tina Kukielski ; interviewer: Susan Sollins, et al
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  • Being an artist, artist interviews with Art21, editor: Tina Kukielski ; interviewer: Susan Sollins, et al
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  • Being an artist
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  • artist interviews with Art21
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  • editor: Tina Kukielski ; interviewer: Susan Sollins, et al
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  • eng
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  • Art21 films, educational programs and publications provide a diverse audience with unprecedented access to the personal and professional lives of the greatest creative minds of our time. Art21 is unique in that it collaborates with each artist on every program produced, providing them with a platform to speak directly to audiences. With the mission to inspire a more creative world through the works and words of contemporary artists, Art21 is the go-to place to learn firsthand from the artists of our time. Published on the occasion of the nonprofit organization's 21st anniversary, this compendium of artist interviews captures the engaging and seminal conversations that have taken place over the organization's history, serving as an essential primer on a generation of contemporary artists for those interested in the artistic process as a tool for curriculum building. In some cases, these interviews are previously unpublished
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  • non fiction
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  • 1050766982
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