Art in Service: Quality - coming to terms with the social in socially engaged art

Art in Service: Quality - coming to terms with the social in socially engaged art

Work described as “in service” to a group of people, requires artists to be able to describe their relationship to that group and ramifications if the work of art fails, suggests guest blogger Maggie Cavallo.

This is a re-blog with the author's kind permission.  It was originally published as part of a conversation entitled rt in Service - a series of texts on socially-engaged art with Big Red & Shiny and Now +.  See the original article here and the others in the series at the bottom of that page.

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