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  • Created Date
  • 8-18-03
  • Description
  • Photograph, b/w. Art education was an important component of the Works Progress Administration/Federal Arts Project. Artists were assigned to teach classes in settlement houses, churches, YMCA’s, public schools, hospitals, and other public agencies. Through this program community arts centers were established. These art centers brought art training and art experience to many people for the first time, including the opportunity to see exhibitio... more
    Photograph, b/w. Art education was an important component of the Works Progress Administration/Federal Arts Project. Artists were assigned to teach classes in settlement houses, churches, YMCA’s, public schools, hospitals, and other public agencies. Through this program community arts centers were established. These art centers brought art training and art experience to many people for the first time, including the opportunity to see exhibitions of contemporary American art. For more information on the WPA/FAP see image: Holger Cahill. Understanding civilizations through art. 16 History; 25-27 Fine Arts. less
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  • Wpaedu2