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Initially published in 1982, this book serves as an historical survey of the community arts council movement, as well as an analysis of programs, practices, and trends. Research for the book includes analysis of original source documents from arts councils, as well as discussions with more than 100 members and leaders of arts councils nationwide, including leaders of the National Endowment of the Arts and the American Arts Alliance. Original publication date 1982.
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Gibans, Nina Freedlander, "The Community Arts Council Movement: History, Opinions, Issues" (2010). Cleveland Memory. 47.
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