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New School photograph collectionExhibitions (NS040101.SVIII) ➔ Protesters Hold Signs Before Capitol Building on Arts Advocacy Day

Photographic Material


Date

1990s

Work Type

photographic prints

Description

This is an image of the protest during Arts Advocacy Day. People are holding 3 large banners. The first banner reads "DEMOLISH", the second banner reads "THE WALL", and the third banner reads "OF CENSORSHIP" The banners are held behind a large, monumental building with an American flag placed in the middle. This image appeared in the Summer 1993 New School Bulletin to illustrate a lecture on arts policy and the National Endowment for the Arts. Photographer may be Donna Ann McAdams.

Related Terms

New School Institutional Collections

Location

box 14, folder 17

Identifier

NS040101_000029

Citation

Protesters Hold Signs Before Capitol Building on Arts Advocacy Day. 1990s. New School photograph collection; Exhibitions (NS040101.SVIII). New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 22 Oct 2019.

Use Restrictions

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