Community Arts and Cultural Context: The Legacy of June King McFee and Vincent Lanier

In February, Drs. Paul Bolin, Kristen Congdon, and Laurie Hicks visited the University of Oregon to present at a symposium titled Community Arts and Cultural Context: The Legacy of June King McFee and Vincent Lanier.  The participants addressed the legacy of Drs. McFee and Lanier as well as their influence on current research related to community arts.  This issue of CultureWork features each of the papers presented at the symposium. 

Quotes, Qualms, and Questions: The Impact of June King McFee and Vincent Lanier on My Life and Beyond. Dr. Paul Bolin, University of Texas

Explorations of Visual Culture: Written on the Body. Dr. Laurie Hicks, University of Maine

Community Arts in a Digital Age. Kristin G. Congdon, University of Central Florida

 


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