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Art & Art History: Professional Resources
Resources in support of Clemson's studio arts degree programs and General Education art/architecture survey courses
By Sarah Thornton. A behind-the-scenes day in the life of seven art venues: The auction, the crit, the fair, the prize, the magazine, the studio visit, the biennale.
N8600 .T485 2008 Cooper Library, 1st floor.
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United States Artists (USA) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to investing in America's finest artists and to illuminating the value of artists to society. USA Fellowship grants of $50,000 each are awarded to 50 outstanding performing, visual, media, and literary artists every year.