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Cultural Revolution - Policy and Effect - Arts
... During the Cultural Revolution, there was an overhaul of many of the arts, with the intention of producing new and innovative art that reflected the benefits of a ... At the same time, other art forms flourished in the People's Republic during the Revolution ... Another form of the arts which was influenced, much in the same style as was the traditional theatre, was popular song ...
American Poetry - World War II and After
... Bill Mohr, Laurel Ann Bogen, met at Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center, in Venice, California ... Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center, created by George Drury Smith in 1968, is the central literary arts center in the Los Angeles area ...
Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center
... Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center is a literary arts center located at 681 Venice Blvd ... The Center launched its own imprint, Beyond Baroque Books, in 1998, dedicated to emerging, overlooked, out of print, and experimental writing, as well as the history and legacy ... The Center is based near the beach in Los Angeles’ old Venice City Hall, built 1906 ...
North Adams, Massachusetts - Culture - Arts
... of MASS MoCA, there are numerous art galleries spread throughout the city, and some old mills have been coverted to lofts for artists to live and work in ...

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