|What do you think about public funding for the arts?
Yes but we need to be healthy and fed first.
Absolutely necessary. Thumbs up.
Sometimes good form filling can replace a good idea.
I don't like it. Too agenda oriented. But when you get big money on the ticket you end up playing into big money games, which alienates other artists who may have big money through nonconventional means. It's time for art to recognize art beyond the freaking degree. Yawn.
Yes! Funding arts will help to bring about world harmony and peace! The tools of out trade are mightier than the sword, and more shocking than any stinkin' A bomb!
What's not to like?
I think it can't hurt.
I'm all for it. We can't rely on the government for s$%t. We need to train the young. I train like 8 people myself.
I think in the school setting it's a must. Students need creative and critical thinking skills. Funding needs to be found somewhere.
It's great! For anyone to be able to get in galleries like the Tate Modern for free is just fantastic.
I think it's a waste of public money. Art needs clients. The Sistine Chapel ceiling wasn't a fun project inspired by feelings and emotions.
Any tax money spent to support the arts is a good thing.
There should be more!
As we have noticed from paleontology a culture is largely known by the artwork which survives it. Once again, not only by the "gallery art", but by the designs on clay pots, beaded sandles, and the pounded metal by the humble smithy. We need to fund more art projects in our cities, and schools to stimulate the young minds which are losing the ability to express themselves through artistic means, because the school system chooses beefy bodies chasing a ball, over exercising the creative mind!
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