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Discuss public funding of art in the U.S. Advocate either for or against it. Draw on material and cases in “Visual Shock” as well as other cases not discussed in the textbook.
Possible questions to explore:
• What effects (positive or negative) has public funding had on art in America?
• What responsibilities do artists have toward the public when working for the
public?
• How do regional issues influence decisions about publicly funded art?
• How important is art in forming a sense of nation character?
• If you find a piece repulsive, inflammatory, or offensive, should it be funded.
Objectives
• Identify and analyze ethical issues confronting the arts in the U.S.
• Discuss strategies for resolving ethical issues confronting the arts.
Paper Specifications
• Digital file in PDF format.
• Minimum of 1000 words of original text (about 4 pages)
• Double spaced, 12pt font size, with 1 inch margins
• Arial or New Times Roman font
• Appropriately referenced with citations of your sources
Note on references: Any facts that you learn from a book in researching your paper need to be cited. Common knowledge is not necessary to reference. Web sites with original content, like archives of a major newspaper, are appropriate sources. Wikipedia, or any other encyclopedia, is not a source. But it may list reliable sources which you can use and cite. You may use any style of formatting for the body of your paper and references as long as it is clear. A good guide for style is the Chicago Manual, which has a convenient, Quick Guide on-line.
Paper Grading Criteria
• 20% Specifications – Pay close attention to the required specifications and you will get full points here.
• 20% Grammar and Style – In addition to the basics of spelling and sentence structure, make sure that your paper has an introduction, body and conclusion.
• 20% Factualness – Make sure that your sources are good and that you don’t mix up facts in your paper.
• 20% Depth of material – Provide sufficient material to support assertions made in your paper.
• 20% Logic and Relevance – How well do the facts in your paper support the assertions that you make?
Content Consideration:
The paper is weighted at 10% of the entire class’ grade. It is important to start early to complete a college worthy document. Please read the instructions for the assignment and choose your position (either for or against public funding of the arts) judiciously. Support your position/stance with valid argument and examples.
The body of the paper is at least four pages (at least 1000 words). This does not include the title page nor the citations.

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